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Vol. 9, Issue 293 • Tuesday, October 19, 2004
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Who should be the starting quarterback for the UH football team?

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Campbell High student Cameron Kucic voted yesterday in Kieth Long's social studies class on the first day of Kids Voting Hawaii, which is open to students in grades kindergarten to 12. The nonpartisan effort aims to get youths voting.
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