Young voters made their voices heard at Monday night's Iowa caucus — especially on the Democratic side.
While Hillary Clinton attracted mostly older voters, Senator Bernie Sanders got the lion's share of voters under 24.
NBC News published data on caucus goers.
Younger voters will continue to be an important part of the Sanders campaign, and they could play an important role in the general election.
Take Two asked two politically active young Southern Californians for their take on the evening.
- Mary Perez, member of the USC GOP
- Daniel Lopez, president of the Los Angeles County Young Democrats