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It's never too soon to educate the next generation of voters! That's why Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller encourages all educators of all grades in the state to conduct a Mock Election in their schools and classrooms. Classroom resources and Mock Election ballots are available through several different providers. Select one of our partner organizations to get started!

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NSPME

The National Student/Parent Mock Election makes students and parents aware of the power of their ballot by actively involving them in a full-fledged campaign and national election. In 2004, over 4 million students, parents and teachers participated in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and 14 countries/territories around the world where Americans have schools. Over 40 million have participated since the project began. The NSPME is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization.

 

YLI

Throughout the nation's history, political leaders have looked to our schools and to our young people as a source of inspiration for the continued success and health of our nation. That is why the Center for Politics, a nonpartisan unit of the University of Virginia, created the national Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI). YLI is a national civic education program designed to involve students in the American electoral and policymaking process. To achieve this goal, YLI offers technology-based civic education resources that foster long-term civic engagement.

 

Nevada Sectetary of State - Ross Miller, Secretary of State

Nevada Department of Education - Dale Erquiaga, Superintendent of Public Instruction

 

 

 

Last updated: 8/5/2014 11:54:43 AM