Pint-Sized Pundits Weigh In on 2012 Presidential Election

ABC's Paula Faris looks at what kids are saying about the race to the White House.
3:00 | 11/07/12

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-- seizing can be tough. -- -- -- -- -- I although there are few years away from ponying up to the polls kids all over the country waiting -- -- twelve presidential election. Heated race between -- -- These pint sized pundits and completely balloting since some of the two year road to the White House better than most pros and the man. Fun thing -- thinking this volatile homes and world. Yeah tell me sand comes and that's happening. I think that is not only for useful thing important to communicate to children again even -- the youngest ages. The politics it's about choice is about making their own decisions and coming to their own conclusions. And so they did from the classroom to big key to tame -- -- cast their -- votes. My -- and thought he had well. I don't vote let me I'm. Look out America you'll see this kid on the ballot in 22 -- -- -- to politics as usual. Every webcast. But today these fifty pundits are celebrating. Obama the winner. For Good Morning America -- ABC news New York.

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