L.A. teens learn about elections by helping others:

11/5/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

More than 4,200 Los Angeles teens worked as election judges Tuesday in a program meant to give students first-hand experience of democracy at work. "It's been amazing for me to see so many different kinds of people with so many different political views. It's fascinating, and I think it will make me a much more aware person," said Amy Cohen, 18.

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