About 153,000 students across the country cast mock ballots for the presidential candidate of their choice in the Scholastic Student Vote — and the winner of the tradition has almost always prevailed in real life.
About 153,000 students across the country cast mock ballots for the presidential candidate of their choice in the Scholastic Student Vote — and the winner of the tradition has almost always prevailed in real life. John Locher AP
About 153,000 students across the country cast mock ballots for the presidential candidate of their choice in the Scholastic Student Vote — and the winner of the tradition has almost always prevailed in real life. John Locher AP

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