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Get enthusiastic! If you will be 18 by November 6 you better vote.
If you can vote and don’t I will personally taunt you in every post-election class starter.
If you can’t vote, grow up (but until then), find a person who can vote (mom, dad, the lunch lady, high school senior, great aunt, random cashier at Burger King, your chemistry teacher, football coach, or even your lunatic older sister) and get them to vote the way you would vote if you could. Use persuasion, reason, emotional appeals, fact, data, and any means necessary to have them be your proxy-voter. Share your story in class or online. And remember, if you convince someone who would have voted one way, to vote the other way, then you basically just got a double vote!!! The underage student who gets the most people to proxy vote for them is the winner. Proof of proxy voting (I voted sticker) is required.