19 Quinnipiac University students head to New Hampshire ahead of primary

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More than a dozen Quinnipiac University students headed to New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's primary.

The 19 students are in New Hampshire as part of a special class on presidential primaries.

Ambar Pagan, a Quinnipiac sophomore from Milford, is canvassing for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Pagan says she's seeing a surge of younger volunteers this year.

"You do get to see the older generation being involved, and they even get motivated by seeing us -- the younger generation -- you know, voting and knocking on their doors," said Pagan.

Even though Pagan is working for a Democrat, she's getting a bipartisan experience. Students are attending President Donald Trump's rally.

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