WASHINGTON -- Responding to public outrage about soaring college costs, a sharp rise in college loan interest rates and cuts to federal college aid programs, many organizations and activists are mobilizing voters across the nation to make college affordability a critical issue in November's midterm elections. These organizations represent millions of students, parents, recent college graduates and educators.

Citizen groups around the country are working to increase dialogue on college affordability and to press candidates to share their positions on the issue. Groups including the Campaign for America's Future, the US Student Association, USAction,...

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