A program offered in more than 300 Saskatchewan schools and in all 61 constituencies is showing you can never be too young to cast a ballot in a provincial election.
Through the Student Vote program, 20,000 students are learning about the government, political parties and the electoral process.
They will campaign for their party and on April 4th will cast their ballots in a mock election.
Elections Saskatchewan Senior Director Tim Kydd says elementary and high school students are able to get a taste of the election process through the program.
He says statistics show a person that tries voting early are more likely to stay a voter through life than someone that tries to vote later on in life.
The results of the mock vote will be released by CIVIX when the real provincial results come out, but the student vote has been on par in the past.
In 2011, just over 20,000 students in 355 schools voted for a Saskatchewan Party government.