Departmental Papers (ASC)

Document Type

Journal Article

Date of this Version

December 2005

Publication Source

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Volume

52

Issue

15

Start Page

B20

Abstract

In Virginia's recent tight race for governor, the three candidates could not agree on much of anything, yet all found a common cause that brought them together at least momentarily. They all participated in a forum at Virginia Commonwealth University on how to court young voters across the state — a signal that politicians are recognizing young people as a new and important audience in Virginia politics. Ultimately, all three candidates promised to make up the state's $340-million budget shortfall for higher education.

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Date Posted: 10 January 2008