Extension’s Kids Voting Durham Program Invites Students to Get Involved in 2017 Local Elections

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In Fall 2017, Kids Voting Durham will engage Durham’s K-12 students in our local City Council and Mayor elections. Durham youth can vote, just like adults, for 3 Durham city council members and mayor in the November election. Students can cast their ballot in their school, at a polling site on Election Day, November 7, with their families, or online at www.kidsvotingdurham.org. Schools can contact Kids Voting Durham Program Coordinator Carolyn Kreuger at info@kidsvotingdurham.org or 919-560-7321 to participate at no cost. Volunteers are needed to help run polling sites on Election Day and during early voting. Resources for classrooms and families to discuss current elections are available as well. Kids Voting Durham is a program of Durham County Cooperative Extension.

Kids Voting Durham Youth Candidate Forum , Thursday, October 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Join other middle and high school youth to talk to candidates for Mayor and City Council. All middle and high school youth are welcome and only students get to ask the questions. Pizza dinner is provided.
Holton Resource Center, 401 N. Driver St.
Contact Carolyn Kreuger, (919) 560-7321, ckreuger@dconc.gov

Kids Voting Durham 2017 Elections, October 21-November 7
Durham K-12 students can vote on the same candidates and issues as adults for the 2017 election for Mayor and City Council from early voting to Election Day. Vote early or on Election Day or online at www.kidsvotingdurham.org, starting October 21. Check the website for precinct locations. Contact Kids Voting if you’d like to volunteer or host an election site.

For more information, event details, and Kids Voting locations, check out the website at http://www.kidsvotingdurham.org/
young girl in a child voting booth