SOU students conflicted on voting

Students walk on a main path on Southern Oregon University's campus. Students at the university are conflicted on whether or not to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election. (KTVL/Mike Marut)

Ashland, Ore. - With election day three weeks away, students at Southern Oregon University debate whether to vote or not.

Some students feel voting is pointless since the Electoral College ultimately decides who the state votes for. Other students disagree with the candidates and believe none of them represent values students agree with. Still others believe voting is important in November, at the very least to vote in local elections.

Election day is November 8.

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