Education, Politics

Romney Narrowly Beats Obama in Mock Vote For President

Seward El Students sign in to voteThe third and fourth grade at Seward Elementary School voted for U.S. President and Vice President in mock elections in their classrooms last week as part of their civics education. They lined up, entered the classroom, and helped poll workers find their names on the list. Then they took their ballots into actual polling booths which were borrowed from the city for the exercise, to mark off their choice. Fifth and sixth grades voted today. It was a tight presidential race at Seward Elementary.  At first, it looked like the Obama/Biden ticket would win. But when the upper grades voted,  and all votes were tallied,

Romney/Ryan had 73 votes

Obama/Biden had 72.

The libertarian candidates (Johnson/Gray) had 1 vote.
Kids Vote Making It Real
If these kids can vote, so can you! Don’t forget Election Day is Tomorrow.

Absentee In Person Voting is available through November 5, 2012 (M-F, 8-5) at the City Clerk’s office for the entire District 28 area.

General Election Tuesday, November 6, 2012


Lowell Point and City of Seward Voters’ polling location is at the  K.M. Rae Building, (Seward Marine Center) 125 Third Avenue:

7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Those living outside City Limits vote at Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Station.

Same day registration is allowed, so even if you are not registered, you can still walk in, register, and vote provided you are an Alaska Resident.

Be sure to bring along an Alaska ID such as a drivers’ license, hunting license, passport.



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