Kids should learn their voting rights

Tah Si Soe Thaw

For someone like Valerie Stoj, who works as a Public Relation Coordinator in the Douglas County Election Commission center, believes that kids should be more informed about their voting rights.

“People in general should be able to more informed about their voting rights because they can lose their right to vote any day,” Stoj said.

For kids to be able to learn more about their voting rights, they could start off easily by learning about formal programs and surrounding themselves with people with whom they have similar views.

By doing so, kids will be able to know their voting rights and shape their own future by exercising their right to vote.