STUDENTS VOTE 2016 RESULTS ARE IN

Hillary Clinton

57%

Donald Trump

32%
Official results through 9pm EDT November 1. Votes cast after this date are not included in the official results.

Explore the issues

Get Your Class Ready to Vote

Attend a Teaching Election 2016: Their Voice, Their Choice webinar for strategies to help you cover the election and other tough topics in your classroom.

Attend a Webinar

Cast your votes

Nationwide Student Voting

Online polls open October 17 – November 1.

Students must be enrolled in a Newsela class to vote.

Go to Polls

Tune in November 2

See How American Students Voted

Election results announced the week before adults vote in the presidential election.

Detailed breakdowns and analyses to review with your class.

Continued coverage of the November 8 general election.

STUDENTS VOTE IN THE SPRING PRIMARY ELECTIONS

"The only title in our democracy superior to that of President is the title of citizen."
- Justice Louis Brandeis

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do students participate?
Any student who is registered in a teacher's class on Newsela is eligible to vote in the general election, and will have access to all leveled content.
How do schools participate?
Students Vote 2016 is available for free to all educators. They should create a free teacher account in Newsela and register their students.
What resources are available for teachers?
Our Students Vote 2016 Teacher Guide will provide leveled election-related nonfiction resources to help your students understand top issues and become informed voters.
How does polling work?
First, students must be registered in a teacher's class to participate. When students log in to Newsela from October 17 - November 1, they will be directed to their digital polling booth.