Petition circulates to lower age of presidential candidacy

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For the past few years, younger voters have become more involved in politics, but unfortunately none of them can run for president until they are 35.

People behind Captain Morgan's Rum think that should change and have started a petition.

With over 75.4 million millennials in the country, is it possible one of them is qualified enough to be president? Director of PR and Entertainment for Diageo, Jim Sias, author of "When Millenials Rule," Jack Cahn, founder of the Ivey Key, Jae Gardner and founder of Pace Public Relations, Annie Scranton, tackles the question.

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