Student voters turn out to support their favorite candidates
Students packed into the UMC dining area Tuesday at 7 p.m. to let their voices be heard in the presidential nomination process.
About 400 students met at the UMC to participate in the caucuses of Super Tuesday. Booths for both Clinton and Obama lined the UMC, though the majority of students declared themselves as Obama supporters. These registration booths allowed voters to check in and receive a card that would let them to cast their vote.
Colorado is one of 24 states participating in the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses.
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