"I swear I saw children voting," said Sori Loser. "It's not right. Kids should stick to violent video games and R-rated movies. They have no business voting. They're not mature enough."
With 18 being the legal age to vote, underage residents were left out in the cold this election season.
"I just wanted to feed the ballot into the machine," said 12 year-old, Ian Asent. "I didn't actually vote."
For now, the law prohibits underage voters from participating in the voting process but some say that should change.
"Why can't they vote?" asked Libby Asent, Ian's mother. "I'm trying to establish some pride about our right to vote, but then I got some sour face busybody trying to get up in my business."
Maybe one day all citizens will have a vote no matter their age, race, gender, or religion. For now the voting age stays put at 18, which means for children wanting to vote, like most things, they'll have to wait until they're older.