Youngest Republican delegate isn’t old enough to vote yet

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Not yet old enough to vote, this 17-year-old Virginia teenager is the youngest delegate at the Republic National Convention.

Evan Robert Draim has followed Republican politics since middle school and voices his concerns about the future.

“I want to be able to afford a four-year degree and get out and contribute to the workforce,” Draim said.

Draim’s love of politics have pushed the teen into the political spotlight, according to the Virginia-Pilot.

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