Young voters made their votes count this year, casting a higher portion of ballots this year than in 2016. Data supplied by Clean and Prosperous America, a nonprofit Political Action Committee,   shows voters under age 30 made up a greater share of early voting this year, jumping more than 13 percent since the last General Election.

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