17-year-olds who will be 18 by Election Day can vote in the primary in some states


Some states let 17-year-olds who’ll be 18 by Election Day vote in their party’s primary or caucus. We want to make sure everyone who can participate in this election does. If you’re 17 years old now but will be 18 by November 8th, 2016 check the map below from FairVote.org to see if your state and party allow you to vote in the primary or caucus.

This information was gathered from FairVote.org.


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