One 12-year-old North Carolina schoolgirl thinks it’s crazy that her governor is afraid of teens in that state pre-registering to vote so they are automatically part of the voter rolls when they turn 18.
One little known piece of the North Carolina law that has severely restricted voting rights in the Tarheel State is one that rejects the idea of allowing teens to pre-register to vote when they get their driver’s licenses or at certain school events.
Don’t get all excited — those kids don
t get to vote until they actually reach the age of 18. But one Madison Kimrey wants to know why North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory is afraid or confused about a seemingly easy way to get more young people to exercise their right to vote: