Dream Builders Team Aera Energy LLC "We The Teens" will host an event on Tuesday to premier their project in which they show the history of voting, why it's important, and how to register to vote, according to a news release. 

"We The Teens" is made up of eight high school seniors from schools around Bakersfield who are members of the Jim Burke Education Foundation's Ford-Builders program, according to the release. 

The event will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Portrait of a Warrior Gallery Kern County, located at 1925 Eye St. A presentation will be given by the team on how they encouraged and helped register youth on high school campuses as well as CSUB students, according to the release. 

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their starting young.......they own the local politicians so why not own the electorate...Aera Energy LLC (Aera) is a natural gas, oil exploration and production company jointly owned by Shell Oil Company and ExxonMobil headquartered in Bakersfield, California. In addition, Aera Energy LLC is a California limited liability company, and one of California’s largest oil and natural gas producers, with an approximate 2015 revenues of over $2 billion. Aera is operated as a stand-alone company through its board of managers

Gene Pool Chlorinator

God, you're an idiot- LOOK AT ME I CAN GOOGLE SOMETHING!!!!

You have no problem with voter drives at Bakersfield College that target young democrat voters, right? Yeah, that's OK because it supports your side, right?

Quit the copy/paste- your routine is well beyond old; go back to posting some of your (not quite) independent thought, then people might actually care about what you post...

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