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In appeal to millennial voters, Clinton warns that the election ‘isn’t a reality TV show’


“You want something to vote for, not just against.”

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greets supporters after delivering a speech at Temple University on September 19, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton used a speech at Philadelphia's Temple University Monday to court millennial voters and remind them that the upcoming election “isn’t a reality TV show.”

The Clinton campaign has revamped its efforts to attract the support of millennials after recent polls found that a third of voters ages 18-to-34 are considering voting for a third-party candidate. Millennials were a key constituency responsible for the election of President Barack Obama, although Clinton has so far failed to attract comparable numbers of young supporters to her campaign.

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