The senior government class of Fredonia High School has been learning about the political process. The class was divided in half and asked to name their party, make a slogan, develop a platform and choose a presidential candidate.

Members of the staff were asked to present questions in four areas: welfare reform, gun control, unemployment, and education. The students immediately got to work researching statistics and laws to answer the questions.

A debate between the two parties will be held on Thursday, November 21, at 6 p.m., in the Fredonia School District’s Media Center. We invite all to come and be a part of the political process. A reception will follow the debate.