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Elementary students urge citizens to vote
From: Students in
the second grade
classes of Jill Glover
and Jill Major
at Lincoln CSA
Received: Oct. 26
It is important for every citizen to vote for our country’s leaders Nov. 6.
Leaders are good, kind and safe. To make a good leader, a person should create good rules so everyone will behave. Leaders listen very well and keep us safe. It is important to have a good leader to give us a vision to follow. If we don’t have a leader, we can’t follow the rules.
Leaders also have to help others. Leaders should treat others the way they want to be treated. We need a strong president to enforce the laws.
Citizens also need to choose good lawmakers. The lawmakers make the rules and make laws. If we don’t vote, then we might not get the leaders we need, and the law might seem crazy. When we vote, we know who is better for us, and if we don’t have a good leader, our country is not safe.
We hope our nation picks a good leader next week. The president cannot break the law.
It is important to have a good leader, because we do not want the good things about our country to change. If our country does not vote, we might not have the best president we can get.
Please vote Nov. 6 to help keep our country strong!
It is important for citizens to vote in the election Nov. 6.
It is important to vote for a president so we have good leaders.
A good leader makes our laws. A good leader is fair.
Please vote in the election Nov. 6.
Why are people dumping oil in the water? They could hurt nice animals in the sea. They should stop.
Citizens should do something about it. We should vote to elect the president.
It is important for citizens to vote Nov. 6.
The president and you are the leaders. That is why we should vote.
The president should do something about this dumping. I bet he will.
Please vote Nov. 6.
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