2016 was a year where Kids Voting Durham reached a record number of students, educators, and schools with hands-on experiences of positive civic engagement.  It is impossible to cover all Kids Voting accomplished in 2016 here, but some highlights from th...

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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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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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Have you wanted to take part in Kids Voting Durham elections but didn't know how to involve your business or organization site?  Host a pop-up Kids Voting site for the 2019 City Council & Mayor Elections bring Kids Voting to your clients and customers.

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We as youth are often not recognized for our civic engagement and new ideas and often forget that is our right to be able to speak up for ourselves and take charge of our future.

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Here are some ways to be involved in Durham's 2019 Mayor and City council  elections as a family and raise informed, engaged voters and citizens.

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There is still time for kids to cast their vote in Durham’s Mayor and City Council Election!  If you are under 18, you can vote online at www.kidsvotingdurham.org/elections or at one of Durham’s precinct with a Kids Voting station on Election...

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