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Freshman for President PDF/EPUB õ Freshman for MOBI

Theres no way fifteen year old Milo Wright could win the election for President of the United States of America is there? But what if Milo could get the teenage vote? What happens when the media starts promoting his candidacy? What have Milo and his campaign manager and classmate Eden James got up their sleeves? Running a race against all odds will make readers laugh and cheer and think about the unbelievable possibility


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    When I first heard about the premise of this book a freshman in high school runs for president of the United States I had my doubts about my ability to like it After all the Constitution provides that you have to be at least 35 years old to be president Luckily the book resolves this issue rather quickly“I don’t think you can run for president unless you’re a lot older” said Jack “Don’t you have to be forty or something?”“Thirty five” said Paige who in spite of her rather unimpressive report card was probably one of the smartest kids in their gradeEden sounded impatient “You can’t actually be president unless you’re thirty five But I don’t think there’s any rule against running for president I’ll look into it”“I still think this is insane” Jack said Milo ignored himA few moments later Eden was back from the computer “I was right There’s no rule in the Constitution against running for president It just says that you can’t be ‘eligible to that office’ unless you’re thirty five ”And so Milo Wright with the support of his three closest friends Eden Paige and Jack decides to run for president of the United States as a write in candidate And the campaign “Write In Wright” is born Milo’s campaign was not particularly a bid to win but rather a device to raise awareness about issues facing teenagersDespite this somewhat odd setup I was really impressed with Condie’s writing She managed to make the characters real and interesting while still having them sound and act like the teenagers they are And the story had some nice twists and subplotsAnyway the short of it is that I’ll definitely be watching for work from Ally Condie – especially her new book Matched which will come out in November and is getting huge buzz already