Student Voice

We asked you what you wanted. You told us. We listened.

Welcome to the Student Voice website. I bet some of you think that your parents don’t listen, your teachers don’t listen, maybe your friends don’t listen. Consider this website your own personal megaphone! We want to feature the stuff you are proud of doing, hear about the stuff you want to change and listen to your concerns. This is a website in the making. In other words, if you have suggestions, tweet us. Remember, be respectful, be kind and be courteous. Nobody likes a bully.

The youngest person ever elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate was Rush D. Holt, who was born in Weston. Elected in 1934 at age 29, he had to wait until he turned 30 in June 1935 to take his seat. (Sen. Henry Clay was actually younger than Holt but was chosen by the state's legislature, before the Constitutional amendment providing for popular election of Senators.) His son, Rush, was elected to Congress from New Jersey in 1998.

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