Republicans have done an amazing job in the last few months of alienating essentially every voter that isn’t a wealthy, older, white male. Their voter ID laws have affectively alienated minorities, their regressive policies towards women have pushed female voters away from them, and their lack of concern over education and student loans has left young voters looking elsewhere for politicians to vote for. So, at the end of the day, do Republicans have any shot at winning over the hearts and minds of young voters? Mike Papantonio attempts to answer that question with Ben Adler, a contributing writer for the Nation magazine.

Can Romney Win Over Young Voters?