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Rock the vote: Pick your president!

 
Ever wish you could cast a vote for your fave presidential candidate? You can in the Scholastic Student Vote! Scholastic Classroom Magazine is hosting a nation-wide mock election that gives you the chance to rock the vote.
 
What makes the student-only vote even cooler is that students’ votes have correctly predicted the results of the real presidential ballot for almost every single election since 1940! Wow. The only time the student vote didn’t share the results of the real thing was in 1948, when students chose Thomas Dewey over Harry Truman, and in 1960, when students voted for Richard Nixon over John Kennedy.
 
Will President Obama be reelected for another 4-year term or will Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, take the White House?  In this vote, it’s up to you. So get involved, do your research and cast your vote.
 
Voting ends October 10th, so hurry up and pick your prez! Join the vote and make your voice heard by clicking here.
 

Totally thrilled by the chance to vote?  Blog about it, babes.

BY LAUREN IZQUIERDO ON 10/8/2012 10:24:00 AM

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