Iota experiences real voting during homecoming

Students sign in to vote.
Students use real voting machines to vote.
Ihs used its homecoming voting as the perfect opportunity for the Acadia Parish Registrar of Voters and Secretary of State to show off voting in the state through the Voter Outreach program. Participating were, from left, Annette Cosme, voter outreach specialist with the Secretary of State; Joni Guidry, Acadia Parish Registrar of Voters office; Annette Stelly, IHS counselor; Cindy Abshire, IHS principal; Coby Wallace, IHS assistant principal; and Billie Meyer, Acadia Parish Registrar of Voters.

Iota High School aimed to make voting for the 2013 Homecoming Queen as realistic as possible. Complete with voter cards and sign in (top) and voting machines upon which to vote (bottom), members of the student body Wednesday chose who will be crowned queen Friday during halftime of the Bulldogs’ game against the Kinder Yellowjackets.