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First Read Minute: Voter Fatigue

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Last night’s victory by Newark mayor, Cory Booker, brought 20 percent of voters to the polls, a higher number than expected. NBC’s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro report that the low percentages point to a nationwide problem: voter fatigue.