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Reaching the age of 18 is an exciting milestone: now, as legally-recognized adults, each year brings with it a new generation of voters poised to influence the path of their local, state, and federal governments. For politically-conscious teens, however, exercising this new right of self-government can occasionally bring with it some challenging questions. For example, how can a candidate win an election despite receiving less votes than their opponent? How do some relatively small states carry substantial influence in national elections? Why can some people vote and not others?