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Do you know American citizens have more freedom than people in most countries worldwide? In the United States, if there's something you don't like about your neighborhood or community you have the power to change it. How? Voting! Use this site as a guide to learn why the right to vote is important to you and your family.

Objective: Empower Vermont students to vote and lead them through the process.

1. Voting is Everyone's Duty for Teacher for Student Standards
2. Questions for Who? for Teacher for Student Standards
3. The Importance of the Vote for Teacher for Student Standards
4. Glossary of Election Terms for Teacher for Student Standards
5. Voting Makes a Better Society for Teacher for Student Standards

 


 

 

 

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