Students Vote To Have Their Voices Heard

By: Alex Lotz Email
By: Alex Lotz Email

Hundreds of college students poured into the Memorial Student Center at Texas A&M to cast their vote. Students are aware of the importance of the election and want their voices to be heard.

The MSC held early voting as well, where more than 5,750 students participated this year. This number is down from four years ago when over 6,000 students participated in early voting in the last general election.

The Brazos County Clerk's Office believe this number is down because of the construction in the area. Students were only allowed to vote if they were registered with the Brazos County.

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