These kiddos in San Antonio are having the realest mock election

Violet wins! She's president of Mr. Mike's second grade class (and has sick hair).

Violet wins! She's president of Mr. Mike's second grade class (and has sick hair).

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Above is Violet, newly minted class president of Mr. Mike's second grade class at the Circle School in San Antonio, Texas.

Her classmates just wrapped up schoolwide elections, both for class presidents and a mock election for US president. The students prepared questions for their class president candidates — and the candidates came ready with promises.

Lily, a second grader at the Circle School in San Antonio, looks down at her prepared question for her class president candidates.

Lily, a second grader at the Circle School in San Antonio, looks down at her prepared question for her class president candidates.

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Candidate Sophia promised brownies on Friday.

Candidate Sophia promised brownies on Friday.

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After Violet won the election, it was time for the mock presidential votes to be counted.

This student's hat might give you a hint as to how that turned out.

There are about 90 kids in the whole school, and here are their mock election results:

  • 4 votes for Bernie Sanders
  • 6 for Jill Stein
  • 1 for Vermin Supreme (ed. note: oh my god, these kids)
  • 8 for Donald Trump
  • 54 for Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton is announced winner of the Circle School's mock presidential election.

Hillary Clinton is announced winner of the Circle School's mock presidential election.

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After the results were announced and the winners (and winner's supporters) cheered, these images popped up.

A pie chart shows the results of the San Antonio Circle School's mock presidential elections.

A pie chart shows the results of the San Antonio Circle School's mock presidential elections.

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Kids, amirite?! Voting and doing math! There is hope.

Another student-drawn chart depicts mock election winner Hillary Clinton as larger than her presidential opponents, like in a bar chart.

Another student-drawn chart depicts mock election winner Hillary Clinton as larger than her presidential opponents, like in a bar chart.

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