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Does Your Vote Even Matter?

Angela Cabrera Morgan Park Academy High School, 12th Grade2016. I was watching intently at the television screen that pictured an outline of the United States, painted with blue and red. “There is no way he could win,” my brother said, walking away. “Hillary Clinton has the most popular votes.” Based on the opinions American citizens had on Donald Trump and his controversies, this was what I expected.      When it dawned on me that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, I was utterly…See More
Dec 7, 2018
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Does Your Vote Even Matter?

Angela Cabrera Morgan Park Academy High School, 12th Grade2016. I was watching intently at the television screen that pictured an outline of the United States, painted with blue and red. “There is no way he could win,” my brother said, walking away. “Hillary Clinton has the most popular votes.” Based on the opinions American citizens had on Donald Trump and his controversies, this was what I expected.      When it dawned on me that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, I was utterly…See More
Dec 7, 2018
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Aid, Culture, Development, Energy, Environment, Health, Poverty, Science, Sustainability, Technology, Youth
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I am a high school student hoping to gain more awareness of the world and its differences, challenges, and people.

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Does Your Vote Even Matter?

Posted on December 7, 2018 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

Angela Cabrera 

Morgan Park Academy 

High School, 12th Grade

2016. I was watching intently at the television screen that pictured an outline of the United States, painted with blue and red. “There is no way he could win,” my brother said, walking away. “Hillary Clinton has the most…

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