There is special occasion coming up for roughly millions of people between the ages of 18 and 25. Tuesday's election will mark the first time they vote for president.
Four years ago, many of them were too young to vote. Now that they're old enough, the voters we talked to say they not only want their voices to be heard, but to also make a difference.
Stephanie Robinson of Pitt County, who's going to the polls for the first time, instead of using an absentee ballot, says it's more exciting to come out and vote because you get to see everybody else out and it's a different spirit.
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