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Steve Lopez: Is it worth voting in L.A.? Listen to teen's story

No doubt, lazy Angelenos will come up with dozens of reasons not to vote Tuesday, when jobs for mayor, city council, school board and community college board are up for grabs.

But I met a Koreatown resident who can’t wait to go to the polls. High school senior Eunice Lee is 18, and this will be her first chance to vote. She’s going to the polls with her family and boyfriend and plans to make a whole day of it.

Check out her video above and let us know whether you plan to vote, and if not, why not.

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--Steve Lopez

 
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