Meet the Pre-K Students Who Cast First Ballots of Super Tuesday

PHOTO: Toddlers from a Head Start pre-school in rural Oklahoma decided to hold their own caucus on Super Tuesday.Kassie D. Ingle
Toddlers from a Head Start pre-school in rural Oklahoma decided to hold their own caucus on Super Tuesday.

The first results from this Super Tuesday are in.

Not wanting their parents to have all the fun, the toddlers from a Head Start pre-school in rural Oklahoma decided to hold their own caucus.

It turns out the kids are pretty politically savvy as they chose candidates pretty much in line with grown-up voters. Donald Trump topped the poll with four votes, just edging out Hillary Clinton’s tally of three.

PHOTO: Toddlers from a Head Start pre-school in rural Oklahoma decided to hold their own caucus on Super Tuesday.Kassie D. Ingle
Toddlers from a Head Start pre-school in rural Oklahoma decided to hold their own caucus on Super Tuesday.

“We watched candidate commercials, and then they cast their vote with a red star sticker, next to the photo they liked best," said their teacher, Kassie Ingle.

“They even went behind a screen to vote, so they would not be influenced by a friend's vote,” she added.