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Eighteen-year-olds face the exciting prospect of heading to the polls for the first time in their lives. Yet, younger citizens vote in lower numbers than their parents and grandparents.
The voices and views of young Americans are critical to our future. Fortunately, civic literacy skills (part of the Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies) are taught in most Wisconsin high schools.
It has been a privilege for members of the League of Women Voters-Greater Chippewa Valley to offer voter registration information and assistance to students at Colfax, Elk Mound, Boyceville, and Menomonie High Schools. Wisconsin citizens can be very proud of the engaged, thoughtful, and respectful young people in these schools.
The League thanks all these high school seniors for their interest in the right to vote. We also thank the educators and families who have prepared our future voters.
League of Women Voters Greater Chippewa Valley
Voter Services Committee Co-Chair