Eighteen-year-old Noélie will be voting for the first time in France’s presidential election next month. The literature student hails from a family of left-wingers who aren’t big voters. But Noélie has taken another approach, to say the least. She has thrown herself wholeheartedly into this electoral race, campaigning for far-right candidate Éric Zemmour. As for voting? She can’t wait.Eighteen-year-old Noélie will be voting for the first time in France’s presidential election next month. The literature student hails from a family of left-wingers who aren’t big voters. But Noélie has taken another approach, to say the least. She has thrown herself wholeheartedly into this electoral race, campaigning for far-right candidate Éric Zemmour. As for voting? She can’t wait. …Read More

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