He may only be 10 years old, but Anthony Zanini already realizes the importance of voting.
"So everybody can learn the opinion of who wants for who for president," Anthony said as he and his mother, Tina Baldt and his 4-year-old brother, Vincent, exited the polls at Crooked Billet Elementary School Tuesday afternoon.
Anthony, like other Crooked Billet students, had his chance to cast a vote for President of the United States at school. Just don't ask Anthony whom he voted for, because he isn't telling.
In any case, Baldt said she brought her boys along for the first time on Tuesday to impress upon them the significance of voting.
"I think it's more important to make them aware," she said.
In Horsham, Annie Sabo brought along her young daughter Emma to help in casting Sabo's vote.
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