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NBC Cleveland Online: CLEVELAND - As the country gets closer to election season, a group of Cleveland hip-hop artists is teaming up to get more young people to vote. This is a part of the Hip-Hop Caucus' "Respect My Vote" campaign. The artist gathered Tuesday for a...

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Charlamagne Tha God, radio personality of nationally syndicated Power 105 "Breakfast Club" and Star on MTV2 "Uncommon Sense" will serve as a spokesperson for the campaign. Respect My Vote! targets voters in urban communities and on college campuses, ages 18-40 years-old, to register and get out...

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