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Ted Harvey: Millennial Voters ‘Washing Their Hands’ of Hillary as They Learn About Clinton Corruption

Colorado state Senator Ted Harvey, Chairman of StopHillaryPAC.org, spoke with Breitbart’s Washington Political Editor Matthew Boyle about the impact of the corruption scandals surrounding Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on millennial voters.

Speaking on Wednesday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, Harvey told guest host Boyle that “millennials weren’t around when Bill and Hillary were in the White House, and now they are all of a sudden seeing … their eyes are being opened up about, oh my gosh, this is really who the Clinton’s are? They have this long trail of corruption for all these years, and she’s our nominee? The Democrat Party has hoisted her up to be the standard bearer for the Democrats?”

Added Harvey:

The millennials are so worried about government as it is. For them to see the standard bearer for the Democratic Party to be this corrupt, they’re lifting up their hands and washing their hands and saying enough of this.

And our polling is showing that the video, the advertisements, the commercials the StopHillaryPAC is running is actually pushing the millennials away from Hillary Clinton — in the primary away from Hillary Clinton, to Bernie sanders.

It will be interesting to see if they even vote in this general election. And if Hillary Clinton doesn’t have the Millennials to support her and help her moving forward, the Democrat Party’s going to be in big trouble.

Breitbart News Daily airs on SiriusXM Patriot 125 weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Eastern.

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