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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.

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2. Questions for Who?for Teacherfor StudentStandards

3. The Importance of the Votefor Teacherfor StudentStandards

4. Glossary of Election Termsfor Teacherfor StudentStandards

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