They are young and smart. They have strong voices, developed minds and are worth listening to. What they don't have is the vote. These wise-beyond-their-years teenagers are members of, young people not yet old enough to enter the voting booth, but smart enough to be more informed about our future (and past) than most adults, and more concerned about our direction. They are formed by our founding documents and the foundational principles of our country. The are voices without a vote.

Voices worth hearing . . . but no vote to cast. Which makes their case more compelling than that made by many adults.