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Chelsea Clinton Brings Youth Electorate Into Conversation — PICTURES

September 5, 2012

Correction: A previous version of this article misstated an organization that cohosted the event. The event was hosted by National Journal, Atlantic, and Microsoft.

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Clinton, moderated a National Journal, Atlantic, and Microsoft event at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday. The event, "Conversations with the Next Generation," brought in actors, CEOs, students, a university president — anyone with a major stake in engaging the current youth electorate — to discuss the best method for youth political outreach.

Clinton hosted a similar panel during the Republican National Convention last week.

Chelsea Clinton (center), NBC special correspondent, and Ronald Carter, president of Johnson C. Smith University, during the "Conversations with the Next Generation" at Discovery Place in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday.(Kristoffer Tripplaar)

Chelsea Clinton interviews filmmaker Andrew Jenks during the "Conversations with the Next Generation" event.(Kristoffer Tripplaar)

(From left) Michelle Rhee, founder of Students First; Carter; Charles Hauser, a student at Johnson C. Smith University; Matthew Segal, president and cofounder of; Chelsea Clinton; and Chris Frates, National Journal correspondent, participate in "Conversations with the Next Generation."(Kristoffer Tripplaar)

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