Clinton vs. Trump: Local second graders discuss what’s really important in 2016 Election

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SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, Pa. — After the longest Presidential election cycle in United States history, Americans will choose its 45th President on Tuesday.

Citizens of all races and religions have given their opinions on who is best to lead the country moving forward: Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, or the Republican choice Donald Trump. However, perhaps the most important voices of all won’t get a vote Tuesday. If children are our future, FOX43 sought to give them a voice.

Six second grade students at Sara Lindemuth/Anna Carter Primary School in the Susquehanna Township School District in Dauphin County sat down with FOX43 reporter Matt Maisel to discuss the issues most important to them…as 7 and 8 year olds.

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