Take Personal Responsibility. One person can make a difference. It is up to each of us to become involved, to the extent possible, in our communities.
From a young age, students should be reminded that a single person can make a difference. Those who begin to understand and participate in the political process at a young age tend to remain more engaged as adults. Programs such as Kids Voting play a valuable role in promoting voting and should be in all school districts throughout Arizona. Students should be exposed to Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s iCivics game, encouraged to run for student government offices, and provided voter registration information when they are nearing eighteen years old.