Most high school students won't be able to cast a vote on Tuesday, but they are still making sure their voices are heard.
Saturday night, William Penn High School students held a "Get Out and Vote; Our Future is in Your Hands" rally at their high school.
The York High's Victory Ensemble sponsored the evening of music, food, and speeches. Local politicians like Republican Representative Todd Platts, 95th District, were invited and helped the students talk about the importance of voting, regardless of party affiliation.
"On both sides, there is a great enthusiasm among young voters. This group of students is making sure that message is heard."
Seventeen year old senior Shane Moore was one of the main organizers of the rally.
"I wanted to vote, but I couldn't. You need to get your vote out to make your voice known. Democrat or Republican, because someone is going to be president."