Will Obama win inspire children to vote?
On the 4 November 2008 the decision that everybody had long awaited had come and Obama had won the election. But will this huge election inspire children to vote?
This was named one of the biggest election ever it cached the views of many younger people. But was it good enough to inspire them?
Firstly, Obama’s victory showed hope. Many elections always showed a clear winner but in this case the elections where tight so everybody was excited and interested. Most people around the world were looking out for the winner.
Most people in the United Kingdom stayed awake all night to see the winner. Even Gordon Brown had his say on the election and people also kept a holiday for the victory of Obama.Everbody was talking about the Elections!
I think Obama will inspire a lot of people to vote as many young age kids are finding out voting is important and no matter where you live everybody want to know the new president and you are the few lucky people who gets they’re vote casted, who are allowed to vote.
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