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No vote, no voice!
Task: Put an arrow on everything in the picture that is affected by politics.
When you are deciding who to vote for, it is important to decide what things are most important to you. Then you can find someone to vote for who agrees with you about these things.
Task: Decide in your group which 3 things on the cards are most important to you. Explain to everyone why you have chosen these things.
Deciding what is important for you can help you find the political party which shares your views, and will get your vote.
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