Minnesota Students Favor Trump In Mock Election
UNDATED - High school students in Minnesota favor Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton. The Secretary of State's office says over 77,000 9th through 12th graders have voted so far in the first statewide mock election for president.
Trump received about 35 percent (26,930) of the vote, compared to 33 percent (25,333) for Clinton. Write-in candidates got nine percent (7,124).
For our local high schools:
Albany - 190 Trump, 55 Clinton
Becker - 55 Trump, 11 Clinton
Foley - 158 Trump, 24 Clinton
Sauk Rapids-Rice - 81 Clinton, 68 Trump
St. Cloud Tech - 264 Clinton, 127 Trump
Additional high schools will have their mock elections between now and election day.