Lego Voting Booth created by Andrew Urrutia, a 2nd Grader from A. B. Bell Elementary School in Kirland.

Lego Voting Booth Created by 2nd Grader

The election and voting has been a daily topic of conversation in our household. Our son, Andrew, was busy playing with Legos and while I asked him to go to bed, he said he had to finish something. Lo and behold, after a few minutes, he walks over to his us (mom and dad) to proudly show his creation - a Lego Voting Booth! Andrew is a second grader at A.G. Bell Elementary School in Kirkland, WA.

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Andrew's Mom says ... on Saturday, Nov 8 at 12:32 PM

Yes. The Lego people voted. And proudly, they did!

b says ... on Friday, Nov 7 at 8:42 AM

Great Job Andrew

jobie pacheco says ... on Friday, Nov 7 at 2:50 AM

great job andrew! let's bring that booth here in manila! btw, lego should start paying you royalties already for that new concept.

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Nov 6 at 1:22 PM

Did the lego men cast votes?

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Nov 5 at 12:02 PM

It's great to see that a second grader is aware of what is going on in the world! Not many second graders understand what a voting booth is!

Lauren says ... on Wednesday, Nov 5 at 11:11 AM

This kid has a great imagination. Wonderful job, Andrew!! I would be very proud if he was my son.

Chrissie Lopez-Olson says ... on Wednesday, Nov 5 at 9:54 AM

Way to go, Andrew! Ingenious idea.....and you're famous now, too! Rob, Veechee and Chrissie your proud relatives in Vancouver, Canada

Bel Pacheco says ... on Wednesday, Nov 5 at 8:58 AM

Wow. this is soo cool. Andrew is so artistic. This is indeed a great day for America.

Mariel says ... on Wednesday, Nov 5 at 8:50 AM

I think this very much belongs in the news! The most historic election in our lifetime, which has sparked both the young and the old to think about the future of our country and vote!!! Awesome construction, Andrew, very creative of you!

Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Nov 4 at 11:48 PM

why is this in the news?

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