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Politikids Think This Election Is Important

The presidential election has most parents on the edge of their seats — tuning into the debates, making sure their registration is updated, even campaigning for their candidate — but, even preschoolers are going political. Our children hear more than just mom and dad's opinion, they read the billboards and digest the commercials on television and memorize the slogans. In one Iowa home, mealtime turns into a debate between a couple of opinionated siblings.

Does your child favor a candidate?

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TheEnchantedOne TheEnchantedOne 7 years
Those two are sooo cute! "You're wrong!" "No, I wasn't!"
nessa17 nessa17 7 years
that was so cute!
shoogerbooger shoogerbooger 7 years
They are too cute! This was probably me as a kid. I remember crying in my room after one election because my parent's candidate didn't win. Too funny. My son can only say about 15 words at this point, so he is not talking politics yet. I am sure he would sound just like these kids (if he could pronounce Barack Obama) LOL!
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