(USA Today) High School Senior Katrina Torsoe spent the weekend before Election Day on an unusual civics project: knocking on hundreds of doors in suburban Philadelphia to help re-elect Sen. Pat Toomey.
She did it even though she couldn't vote for the Pensylvania Republican – or anyone for that matter. At 17, Torsoe is still months away from being able to legally cast a ballot.
"I really wish I could vote," the high school senior from Rockland County, N.Y. said in an interview "But I feel like this is sort of my way of getting out there and trying to make a difference in places where it will really matter."
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