I Voted! Student Election
Experience elections with GenerationNation’s Student Election!
Every year, each student has the exciting opportunity to experience elections! Students in kindergarten through high school participate in a variety of ways, including:
- Voting online and/or at school
- Visiting and voting in community polling sites on Election Day and during early voting
- Volunteer and run your own student voting booth – a great service-learning opportunity!
Election results are counted and announced in the media and to schools after Election Day – you can see how students voted.
Cities and school districts in other areas
GenerationNation’s programs are available to all teachers and students in any location. Contact us to learn how to involve your school or youth program in GenerationNation and the student election!
Charter, independent, religious and home schools
Mecklenburg County Board of Elections
Election 2018 Toolkit
Curriculum and Candidate information
#Election2018: K-12 Lessons, Resources, and Activities
- Election 2018 Resource Toolkit
- Lesson plans for grades K-12, strategies for integrating real world content into existing lesson plans, and alignment guides for different content areas
- Educational resources including guides, Election 2018 Jigsaw and Rate the Candidates Decision-Making Charts, and more.
- Student Election – Election 2018 (October 25-November 6, 2018). On the ballot: US House, County Commission, City Referendum, NC Constitutional Amendment, Student School Board Rep
- Ballot questions geared for different grade levels – younger students focus on one question
- Voting options
- Paper ballots (limited quantity)
- At school
- At designated polling places
- At home
- After the vote – civic literacy and action beyond Election Day
Election 2018 Vote
At a GenerationNation voting booth
Ballots and voting sites posted soon!