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Martin County Students Pledge to Vote!

MARTIN COUNTY STUDENT’S PLEDGE TO VOTE!

 

Stuart, FL- Martin County High School  will hold a  “Pledge to Vote” school assembly for the yearly high school voter registration competition, which takes place every April to encourage students to register to vote and “pledge” to become informed voters. The voter registration competition will be between Martin County High School, South Fork high School, Jensen Beach High School, and Clark Advanced Learning Center to see which high school can register the most students to vote.

 

The assembly will take place on Monday, April 18th, at 11:30 a.m. at Martin County High School in the Auditorium.  Guest speakers for the assembly will be Martin County Superintendent of Schools, Nancy Kline and County Judge, Kathleen H. Roberts.

 

Last year, Martin County Supervisor of Elections, Vicki Davis registered 549 students to vote during the “Pledge to Vote” competition.  According to Vicki Davis, Supervisor of Elections, “We are excited to be able to provide our students this unique opportunity to register to vote! Since the competition began we have registered over 2,791 students to vote” According to legislation, students are able to pre-register to vote at the age of 16 years old.

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