My substantive post for the day is over at Politico:
I begin, “Young voters have played a crucial role in the 2012 Republican primaries, but in South Carolina, their role is due to change.
But in South Carolina, there are many more potential young voters in a far larger voting pool. …”
[Jan. 22: CIRCLE’s analysis of the actual South Carolina primary is here. Youth turnout was 8% (par for the course). Paul won the youth vote and quintupled his support over 2008, but Obama still got three times as many South Carolina primary voters in ’08 than Paul drew in 2012.]