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Voting early

Tinker Elementary School fourth-grader Brianna Zenzen casts her vote Oct. 30 for president as teacher Cindy Yarnell readies an “I voted” sticker for the student. Many students had strong opinions about their presidential hopeful. Some students had watched every debate, cited reasons for their choices, often picking a candidate opposite their parents’ favorite. When the votes were tallied, Barack Obama came out the winner. (Air Force photo/Margo Wright)

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