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90210 preview: "Party Politics"

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90210 gets political this week!

You haven't seen anything until you've seen the gang of 90210 on the subject of voting.

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This week on 90210's new episode "Party Politics," the kids are mixing politics and pleasure as they rally students to vote and get down to special musical guest, Cobra Starship!

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Check out a sneak peek of "Party Politics" and see if you can spot a cleverly placed "vote" belt on Naomi (but don't blink, it goes fast) -- that girl can accessorize...

The CW officially describes "Party Politics" as the following: "Silver (Jessica Stroup) is asked to make campaign videos for political candidate Marissa Harris-Young (guest star Brandy Norwood) who is running against Teddy's Uncle Charles (guest star Robin Thomas) for public office. Teddy (Trevor Donovan) runs into an old flame (guest star Ryan Rottman) and Annie (Shenae Grimes) gets stuck with Leila (guest star Summer Bishil) during an important date. A surprise visitor threatens to tear Liam (Matt Lanter) and Jane (guest star Kristina Apgar) apart, while Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) can't shake her growing feelings for Austin (guest star Justin Deeley) during a party to encourage students to vote."

Have you been following 90210's college experience this season? Head over to the comments section and tell us what you think of this season so far!

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