Mock Election

High school students went to the polls yesterday. Over 40,000 teenagers across the country cast their ballots for president as a part of Kid V-O-T-E-S — a mock election designed to get young people excited about the democratic process. For the last three elections, it's also proved to be an accurate predictor of which candidate their parents will chose the next Tuesday. NPR's Allison Freeland reports.

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