Minnesota Students Vote 2016 was the first statewide mock election for Minnesota high school students organized by the Office of Secretary of State. Over 96,000 students cast a mock ballot for U.S. President. Find how the students voted below.
Total schools participating: 281
Total schools reporting (Final Results): 274
Total votes reported for grades 9-12: 96,422
|Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence||Republican||33,480||34.72%|
|Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine||Democratic-Farmer-Labor||33,799||35.05%|
|Darrell Castle and Scott Bradley||Constitution Party||1,148||1.19%|
|Dan R. Vacek and Mark Elworth, Jr.||Legal Marijuana Now||5,332||5.53%|
|Alyson Kennedy and Osborne Hart||Socialist Workers Party||784||0.81%|
|Jill Stein and Howie Hawkins||Green Party||3,422||3.55%|
|"Rocky" Roque De La Fuente and Michael Steinberg||American Delta Party||1,318||1.37%|
|Evan McMullin and Nathan Johnson||Independence||2,010||2.08%|
|Gary Johnson and William Weld||Libertarian Party||5,359||5.56%|
* A spoiled ballot is a ballot that could not be counted because the voter's ballot marking was not clear.
Click here to download results by school. Includes results for any schools with students voting in grades 8 or below.
Maps of Results