Staff file, 2008: Eleven year-old Christina Brantner (center), a six grader at NOVA School in Olympia, participates in a classroom discussion about election issues before she and her classmates voted during a mock election in 2008. Students in grades K-12 are invited to participate in a statewide Mock Election that begins Oct. 31.
Staff file, 2008: Eleven year-old Christina Brantner (center), a six grader at NOVA School in Olympia, participates in a classroom discussion about election issues before she and her classmates voted during a mock election in 2008. Students in grades K-12 are invited to participate in a statewide Mock Election that begins Oct. 31. Ron Soliman Staff photographer
Staff file, 2008: Eleven year-old Christina Brantner (center), a six grader at NOVA School in Olympia, participates in a classroom discussion about election issues before she and her classmates voted during a mock election in 2008. Students in grades K-12 are invited to participate in a statewide Mock Election that begins Oct. 31. Ron Soliman Staff photographer

Trump or Clinton? Kids can vote in state’s Mock Election

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