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Ohio Judge: Some 17-Year-Olds Can Vote in Primary

An Ohio judge ruled Friday that teenagers who will turn 18 before Election Day can vote in the state’s primary elections on Tuesday. The state had previously barred 17-year-olds from voting in the primaries, regardless of eligibility come November. The ruling could provide a boost to Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race, as much of his support comes from younger voters.