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“How does Kids Voting Durham do so much each election?”  That is something community members often ask us.  The answer is that we have awesome Advisory Board members, volunteers, and partners like Durham youth groups, students, educators, sc...

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Over 6000 Durham K-12 Students have spoken in the 2018 Kids Voting Durham General Elections. Students returned US House Representatives G.K. Butterfield and David Price to office, re-elected all Durham’s State House and Senate Representatives as well as...

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Durham K-12 students can make their voices heard in the 2018 Elections by voting with Kids Voting Durham.  There are two ways kids can vote on the same candidates and issues as adults this week: Online at www.kidsvotingdurham.org/elections using the Kids...

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Kids Voting Durham election season has started, and there are lots of great ways for everyone to be involved: Educators and youth leaders, sign your school or youth program for Kids Voting and let your students and participants vote on the same candidates...

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READY, SET, VOTE!   How can the under-18 set weigh in on today’s School Board Elections?  There are lots of options: Vote online  at www.kidsvotingdurham.org/elections or at https://dcdonline.org/vote/KVNCDurham/2717.   Use code “001...

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VIRTUAL FAMILY VOTING CELEBRATION Spanish language announcement Make voting a family affair!  And be entered into a drawing for gift certificates from fantastic local businesses like Elmo’s Diner, Toast, Pompieri Pizza, or Bull City Burger!  ...

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Durham School Board Elections are underway!    Students  can get involved in these important elections in a number of ways:  Take part in the Kids Voting Durham Youth School Board Candidate Forum at Hillside High School on Tuesday, April 17 from...

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How can the under-18 set weigh in on today’s Durham Mayor and City Council Elections?  There are lots of options: Vote online at www.kidsvotingdurham.orge/elections Go to a Durham precinct with a Kids Voting polling site (it doesn’t need to b...

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