For many, this election is like no other they have seen before. But for most college students, this is their first chance to cast a ballot in a presidential election.
To understand how young people feel about voting in such an unusual election, WNYC's Arun Venugopal sat down with three members of Hofstra's speech-and-debate team.
Sophia Papadopoulos is a sophomore marketing major from Queens who is leaning toward voting for Donald Trump. Garrett Shum, of York, Pa., is a junior studying linguistics and rhetorical studies. He says he plans to vote for Hillary Clinton. And Garden City native Sabrina Singh is a senior majoring community health, philosophy and rhetoric. She also supports Clinton.