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It’s hugely important. We are at a juncture where we have a say in who the next president will be. It’s especially important for young people to get involved. — Sarah Sebastian, Legislative Aide, Cambridge
Ultimately, whenever there is an opportunity to vote, our communities need to send a statement that our votes count and our lives matter. — Michael Curry, NAACP President, Brockton
Looking at history, certain people weren’t able to vote. It’s important that people make their voices heard so resources get to the people. And it’s critical to determine who is going to represent you. — Joshua McFadden, Legislative Aide, Dorchester
It’s critical for all our community. The issues before us — health care, education, the urban agenda — are at the forefront of this campaign. — Jeffrey Sanchez, State Rep., Jamaica Plain
It’s important because we want this community to be well-represented and to show up in numbers when votes are counted. — Hughes Monestime, City Planner, Jamaica Plain
It’s important for people to vote and show their participation so that elected officials take us seriously. There’s a clear difference between candidates. Bernie Sanders has important ideas about economic development. — Craig Lankhorst, Retired Principal, West Roxbury
What do you think is the importance of next week’s presidential primary?