The results are in: Langdon Neal reveals turnout for 17-year-old voters

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Langdon Neal, Chairman of the Chicago Board of Elections, is on with Rick Pearson to discuss 17-year-old voter turnout and voting in the digital age. It turns out, those teens are eager voters and the statistics may surprise you!


A voter fills out a ballot at a Flossmoor polling station during the February, 2013 election. (Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune)