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Obama Election Homework in Florida?

Townhall reader Jannell De La Cruz sends in this homework sheet on U.S. elections  from her third-grade son's workbook at Wesley Chapel Elementary School in Wesley Chapel, Florida.
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Near the middle right of the sheet is a man who resembles Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama wearing a pin that says, "Vote for Me." De La Cruz wrote me that her son asked her, "Mama, is that Obama?"

Here's the homework below:

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