When President Barack Obama ran for his second term in 2012, many of the students attending William and Mary weren't quite old enough to vote.
Kathleen Bryant, a senior at the college, started her college career interested in international affairs, but she now has her sights set on American politics.
Bryant sees Clinton's Republican counterpart as a representation of several dynamics in this country, including the growth of minority groups and the economic consequences of American companies moving jobs abroad.
"I think he's the culmination of a lot of different pressures," she said.
She heads the Young Democrats group, which has worked to support...