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Scenes from the ’13 College Civics tour

by Brian Zylstra | May 10th, 2013

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(Secretary Wyman and Spokane County Auditor Vicky Dalton (seated left) with Spokane Falls Community College students. Photos courtesy of Lindsay Pryor.)

After crisscrossing Washington state this week, Secretary Wyman has finished her first College Civics tour. During the 14-campus tour that began in mid-April, Wyman talked with students about the importance and power of voting and how to become involved on campus and in the community.

Wyman said student-developed events were “amazing … and a lot of fun for everyone.  I am so impressed with the quality and the creativity of our millennials! This next generation of leaders is going to be outstanding.”

Elections Division staffers who accompanied Wyman dubbed it the “Lots of Smiles Tour,” as you can tell by just looking at these photos.

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Secretary Wyman leads Wenatchee Valley College at Omak students in an exercise about voting.

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Secretary Wyman shares a laugh with Eastern Washington University students.

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Students at Whatcom Community College smile during their meeting with Secretary Wyman.

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Two Pacific Lutheran University students staff a table prior to the event there.

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Secretary Wyman with Tacoma Community College students.

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A University of Washington Tacoma student asks a question as others listen.

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Students at Bellevue College listen as Secretary Wyman talks about voting.

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University of Washington students use buttons to spell “VOTE.”

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