In the Booth on Super Tuesday

Tomorrow on NPR’s Day to Day 

Commentator Donald Moore from Youth Communication in New York City describes his experience stepping in the booth to vote on Super Tuesday… checking out the scene at his polling place in Brooklyn…and talking to friends online afterwards.

“Now, it feels like many of my friends have a vested interest in the candidates. And it’s more than just a vote to them. I don’t want to say they see it as a life or death decision, but they are taking it really seriously. And I felt that on voting day.”

The Flow posted one of Donald’s essays last week, and we’re happy to have him up on the air so soon. Many thanks to Youth Communication for partnering with us on this election essay!

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