Student Mock Presidential Election

On November 8th, Americans everywhere will flock to their local pooling station to vote in the 2016 election.  And on November 1st, students can take to their computer and vote in the largest student mock presidential election ever.  By participating, students can vote for either Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, or a third party candidate and see who kids would elect as our next president.  Registration is required to vote.

The site also has great resources for parents and teachers, including lesson plans on the election, the candidates, and the political process.  Also included are videos about past presidents from the first president, George Washington, all the way up to the 44th president, Barack Obama.

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