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Mock Election

A few South Seneca Elementary classes decided to host their own mock presidential election on Election Day, November 8.
The youngsters created their own voting booths where they were able to cast their hypothetical ballots privately.
“Students received ‘I Voted’ badges after they voted,” said kindergarten teacher Kristine Hunt. “They wore them all day with pride.”
The students and teachers discussed the opportunity that the students will have to vote upon the age of 18 as a United States citizen. They also talked about the historical significance behind a female running for president for the first time in U.S. history.