Time to vote – kids too

What better time for adults to convey the legacy of good citizenship to their children than a presidential election year? And what better way than by taking them to the polls when they vote? And the kids get to vote too.

Kids Voting Buncombe County voting booths are in all 18 One Stop polling locations and will be in all Election Day precincts with ballots for use by students in grades K-12.

Additionally, KVBC has an abundance of resources readily available online (http://kidsvotingbc.org) to provide students and the adults in their lives (parents, teachers, group leaders) with a meaningful election experience.

Create a memorable event for the children in your life. Vote together and celebrate.

— Kathi Ballard
Kids Voting Buncombe County
Asheville

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