Wednesday, October 6, 2004 at 2:28 PM
Last night's vice-presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland brought out thousands of students from campuses all over Ohio. Along with women and African-Americans, the youth vote is widely considered to be one important segment of swing voters. After the debate students appeared equally divided between Democratic and Republican candidates. But in spite of their support, many thought the debate had no clear winner. ideastream's Karen Schaefer reports.
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