BEGALA: “They need to get out and vote. Especially young people. They really tend not to vote. I was telling Jim during the break, my 18-year-old son, just turned 18, he’s going to vote with his old man today, his high school class is watching this."
HARLOW: "I mean, how could your son not vote, right?"
BEGALA: "He’s a good American. And this is the key for young people. Your parents don’t tell you this. Voting is the most fun you can have with your clothes on."
BEGALA: "Young people, go vote."
HARLOW: "That’s a bumper sticker. Or something."