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KidsForAmerica
@KidsForAmerica:
RT @KidsVotingUSA: 10 percent of the electorate turning out to vote was Hispanic in 2012. #vote
25 months ago from web
KVGuilford
@KVGuilford:
Did u know: Thomas Jefferson & John Adams both ran for President in 1796 & 1800? Adams won 1796; Jefferson won 1800. http://t.co/3YWTWMjYfN
25 months ago from web
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Any fool can know. The point is to understand. Albert Einstein
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
3 keys to more abundant living: caring about others, daring for others, sharing with others. William Arthur Ward
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
10 percent of the electorate turning out to vote was Hispanic in 2012. #vote
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Have you registered to use our #socialstudies #curriculum?? We have a matrix connecting it to the #CommonCore!! http://t.co/iPDTiLrLti
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Is this book on your to read list? Caring Hearts & Critical Minds http://t.co/U26KcdUiKO
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Seven of the top ten turnout states had Election Day registration or swing state status or both. #vote
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
For the first time one in ten voters were Latino in 2012. #vote
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Wisconsin had the 2nd highest voter turnout in 2012. #vote
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Interesting blog post from Project Vote. Check it out: http://t.co/v6YNRRZwSh
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Do what you feel in your heart to be right–for you’ll be criticized anyway. —Eleanor Roosevelt
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. —General George Patton #leadership
26 months ago from HootSuite
KidsVotingUSA
@KidsVotingUSA:
@GenNation @NCLCatECS @educationweek GREAT article! Thanks for mentioning our organization!
26 months ago from Tweet Button
KidsForAmerica
@KidsForAmerica:
RT @KidsVotingUSA: National polls showed 33-40% of voters voted early in-person or by mail in 2012. #vote
26 months ago from Twitter for iPhone

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