Kids Voting Election

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Election 2014

On the ballot: County Commission, NC General Assembly, US House, US Senate, judges, Student referendum

Student Candidate Guide 2013

School info 2013



Classroom activities

Standards-based classroom activities are available through the year for grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12. Use the election to drive interest and strengthen comprehension in social studies, reading, writing and math.

Student council elections

Let us host your next student council election. Contact us for more information.



Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Charter, independent, religious and home schools

Mecklenburg County Board of Elections

Kids Voting*


* Note: GenerationNation is not responsible for liabilities of Kids Voting North Carolina.

Experience elections with GenerationNation

Kids Voting, a program of GenerationNation, offers K-12 students opportunities to learn about and get involved in elections each year though a mock vote, service-learning in polling places, student council elections, teacher curriculum and more. In Election 2012, over 100,000 Charlotte-area students participated.

Kids Voting Mecklenburg/Charlotte area

Every year, each student has the exciting opportunity to experience elections! Students in kindergarten through high school participate in a variety of ways, including:

Election results are counted and announced in the media and to schools after Election Day - you can see how students voted.

Charlotte Region

Outside of Mecklenburg County? Contact us to learn how to involve your school or youth program in GenerationNation and the Kids Voting program!


Election 2014

Coming soon!

On the news

Watch students read, think and decide


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Educating and engaging K-12 students to lead.

Smart, fun programs tied to Common Core and other educational goals connect classroom learning with hands-on experiences to help students to build civic literacy and leadership from an early age.