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org Jessica Du from the Junior State of America is available for interviews and further background on this survey.
For instance, Jessie Seidman, a member of the Pacific Northwest Junior State of America Student Government, started a movement to lower the voting age for school board elections in Washington state.
A few weeks ago, for example, Williams spoke (remotely, of course) to hundreds of kids attending the Junior State of America convention in Santa Clara.
Since 1934, the nonprofit Junior Statesmen Foundation (JSF) and the Junior State of America (JSA) have helped over 500,000 student leaders acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be active, informed and responsible citizens, voters and statesmen.
Byline: David Greenberg Daily News Staff Writer Steven Sutton, chapter president of Agoura High School's Junior State of America club, is not lacking in idealism as he pursues his dream of becoming a spin doctor for a high-ranking politician.
WASHINGTON -- During the month of October, over 1,500 high school students across the nation will attend one of twelve conferences on the 2008 presidential election sponsored by the Junior State of America (JSA).
The special congressional convention held Saturday and today is one of nine such events sponsored by Junior State of America across the nation annually.
Junior State of America announces: [TABLE OMITTED] Washington pundits and "talking heads" are all debating the importance of the youth vote in 2008.