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Kid voters have correctly predicted the last 13 elections. What about this one?

Their votes don’t count, but for more than 70 years, they’ve almost always chosen the eventual winner. Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren, from kindergarten to the 12th grade, cast mock … Click to Continue »
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