Posted Thursday, September 27, 2012
As the presidential race reaches its stride in the coming weeks, the candidates will be pushing hard to win votes among young people and those over 50. Tomorrow on The Sound of Ideas, we'll hear from both of those voter blocs. What are young people hearing, or not hearing, from President Obama and Mitt Romney? Which candidate has a better approach to cater to the interest of older voters? It's a political discussion for the ages, Thursday morning at 9:00 on 90.3.
Government/Politics, Elections, Aging/The Elderly
Lisa Stickan, chair, Young Republican National Federation
Matthew Hebebrand, recent grad of CSU marshall law school
Mel Sayre, student, Case Western Reserve University
Kassie Stewart, student, Case Western Reserve University
Dale Butland, communications director, Innovation Ohio
Dan Weber, president & founder, Association of Mature American Citizens
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