Costa Rica Kids Get a Chance to Vote Too

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – In an effort to lead by example and create excitement with a game, the children of Costa Rica also had elections, which were held until 4:00pm at the Children’s Museum.

    Hellen Ulate, her husband and their two children traveled from Jaco because they felt it would be good for the children exercise their right to vote, too.

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    Stephanie Murillo, age nine, said she was excited to vote. She said she liked marking the ballot and placing it in the sealed ballot box.

    Arias and Yamilete Artavia Hoover came from Santa Domingo de Heredia and brought their son Joshua Arias, who wanted to vote. The little seven-year stressed that it was important to come and revealed he gave the vote to Luis Guillermo Solís, with shy smile.

    The leader of the OAS Mission in the country. Josefina Vasquez was emotional about the performance of children and minors volunteering across the country. A former presidential candidate in his country of Mexico, he stressed the happiness of the children and observed that there was probably an increase in the number of young voters.

    Communications Manager Ronny Jimenez, said they had over 2,000 children who attended the election at the museum.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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