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Election Day: RBHS students predict presidential race

Jillian Dahms and Keeley Scalise

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Violet Kaufman: “Hillary because she’s a girl and a lot of people want to see a girl president.”

Today, November 8, 2016, is the day that determines our country’s future. Every voter is helping to decide what will happen with the United States in the upcoming years. Many people are still unsure about their choice for president.

Clarion decided to ask students who attend Riverside Brookfield High School who they thought would win the 2016 election. Here are their responses.

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