A group of home school students from Sequim and Port Angeles are defying teenage stereotypes by getting involved in local politics. Over the course of the 2010 primary and general election season, about 30 home school students have campaigned for political candidates in state and federal elections, attended debates and candidate forums and organized their own campaign events.
They have no established organizational structure, no name other than “the home-schoolers” and most are not even old enough to vote in November’s election. But this group is making a statement nevertheless.
Read the rest of this article, Home-schooled Politics, from the Sequim Gazette, Sequim, Washington.