Do College Students Care About the Elections? West Coast Edition

College students at California State Univveristy in Los Angeles talk about their favorite candidate.
3:00 | 11/05/12

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And. -- including more than one. Maintain her Obama and thanks to aid -- -- there crying and I really like him in the beginning. Voting for bomb. Because I think with him we -- -- -- -- let -- have a better future Obama is seems to be late season north -- -- that average people ahead of -- -- And then that's that's yeah that at least. -- Clinton will limit on the. It depends on the Obama and hasn't had done this -- -- to be honest it's you I'm not planning on voting. I don't plan to when. Paula because I don't wanna. Give out of -- I'm not too interested in politics I do not plan to vote I don't see. Mighty -- immediate difference in the election I know he hasn't done much I believe in Obama strategies. I would personally go for Obama so first -- Beaumont. Four more years Obama. Around. -- The no flat -- -- -- -- -- -- Barack Obama. -- -- stadium taxes. Sat face tuition. Even more of -- that -- Minute we want a happy face and -- really think you can win. -- -- -- -- Did it is going to be here any -- -- you know honestly I'm not to share I think it will be president Barack Obama but we'll see how it plays out.

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