Students Learn About Elections
A group of high schoolers got a special lesson on civics earlier today.
And they got their information straight from the source.
Kim Barton, outreach director for the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office, says she's been going school to school talking to students about voting.
She's been talking to juniors and seniors for 17 years -- getting them registered to vote and more interested in the process.
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