About Kids Voting
Our community has always supported a political culture that fosters a sense of civic duty, takes pride in our constitutional rights and freedoms, and provides support for those rights. Kids Voting Leon County helps to ensure that this local tradition is strengthened and remains strong by educating our youth.
Kids Voting Leon County is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization, which facilitates voter education and a real-life voting experience for students from kindergarten through twelfth grade on Election Day. Throughout the year, Kids Voting Leon County works with all of the schools within Leon County by providing a civics and election-based curriculum that focuses on the importance of being informed and the responsibilities of voting.
On Election Day, local Kids Voting Leon County volunteers staff the polling precincts of Leon County and the youth in our county come out to vote with their parents. Kid's Voting Leon County currently has approximately 40,000 students eligible to vote in over 100 precincts. The students are able to cast their official Kids Voting ballots at a separate Kids Voting precincts located within their parents' voting precinct. Their votes are tallied, and the results are provided to the entire community just like the adult election results.
We would appreciate your support of this important program that touches all students and their families in Leon County attending public and all participating private schools. There are many ways you can support Kids Voting Leon County. For example:
If you have any questions about Kids Voting Leon County that have not been answered by this web site, please do not hesitate to contact me by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to again making Election Day a special day for all of us!