"I'm pretty excited," said Dylan Wyly, a fifth grader at Hardwick Elementary School.
He's been preparing to cast his ballot for a few weeks.
"Well you know I just read different articles, pulled from different sources, watched the debates," said Wyly.
While they may not officially be able to vote until they are 18 these kids are learning the voting process at a young age.
Tammy Williams teaches Social Studies at Hardwick. She organized the schools project vote-which stands for voters of tomorrow through education.
Williams said, "Project Vote is where on campuses statewide we teach a curriculum that teaches students what it means to vote and how important it is to vote so when they get older and they are 18 and able to vote, they get to exercise that right."
Williams is hoping this early lesson in the voting process will get these students into the life-long habit of voting.
"I think it is going to instill the desire to make a change with their vote because that is the goal here for everybody to vote, not just half of the public its for everybody that is 18 and older to vote. And so hopefully they will have a passion for it like we do and expect to vote and change the world with their vote," said Williams.
Dylan wouldn't tell us who he is voting for this time, but he says he cant wait to vote for real when he is 18.
"Its really like your right as a citizen to show that you believe in America and can make a difference," said Wyly.