A longtime children’s advocate is leading a campaign to lower the voting age for school board and superintendent elections from 18 to 16. Jack Levine, founder of the 4Generations Institute and former 25-year president of Voices for Florida’s Children, sees youth voting as an emerging civil rights issue. So he wants to stimulate the movement in Florida by seeking a constitutional amendment that would allow young people to have more say in electing the governmental leaders who have the most influence over their lives: school officials.
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