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Students discuss first voting experience

 

Sydney Yalshevec

Several students in Jeri Ferguson's civics class cast their first-ever ballot on Tuesday.

Several new faces cast their ballots for the first time on Tuesday.

Jeri Ferguson, a Kimball High School civics teacher, led several of her students into the Kimball Event Center Tuesday to vote in the election. It was the first time voting for students Colton Stull, Ryan Muneio, Jodell Schulte, Jobany Martinez, AJ Spicer and Michael Ferguson.

After they voted the students all gathered in the entry area of the event center.

"I think it's really important that we vote because it's how we can make a difference," Schulte said.

Many of the students said voting is the way to inspire change...



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