I’m putting you all in charge of some of today’s campaign. Puck and Finn, you can talk to all of your football and basketball buddies and convince them to vote Quinn Fabray. Sam… you can continue flashing your abs to the ladies of McKinley High, if you’d like.
We will win this thing. Well, I will…
Sent to us by supernova86
When your children look back at your old high school yearbook (after they inevitably finish laughing at the styles of this decade), what kind of feeling do you want them to leave with? You want them to be proud. You want to give them the best possible impression of yourself and your high school career, and I believe that I, Quinn Fabray, would be the perfect representative for this cause.
As a student of William McKinley High School, my academic career is flawless. I receive straight A’s and these grades have persisted since childhood. Though not well-known, I have also participated in our school’s tutor program to help those students with lesser grades reach their intellectual potential.
My involvement in our school does not end with academics; I have been or am currently a member of a few key groups in our school. I was captain of the Cheerios both this year and my sophomore year, which is a great example of my natural talents and ability to lead. This position typically belongs to a senior student, yet for two years in a row, I was the one dubbed worthy for the job.
Now, you may be saying “But you were kicked off the squad the first time and you quit the second!” Yes, these things are both true, but I can assure they do not show a lack of loyalty on my part. Last year was a situation out of my control, but does it not speak for my skills as a leader that I was, as soon as I indicated my interest, immediately accepted back into my previous position by the very same woman who let me go originally? My second departure was due to an incredible loyalty to my friends and a distaste for the dangerous situations our cheerleading coach wished to place her girls into for the sake of a competition.
Aside from Cheerios, I have remained a part of the Glee Club, despite the hate and unpopularity it brings to its undeserving members, out of pure love for my friends and the art of singing. Not many people in our school are brave enough to join such a club and own it. I am also an extremely committed member of our Christ Crusaders, a group dedicated to teaching the benefits of celibacy our peers. Taking part in this has earned our school several monetary donations from my church in hopes of spreading the word further.
Speaking of my church, I’m heavily involved in both the religious and charitable aspects. I have personally led such events as walk-a-thons, dance-a-thons, bake sales, and our annual Halloween event (Hell Stop), with proceeds going to such deserving institutions as animal shelters, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, the March of Dimes, and many more. (By the way, if you’d like to volunteer for the March of Dimes, this is our Ohio chapter and you can find other states here.)
As you can see, through my involvement in the community and our school, I will bring nothing but a good name to the halls of William McKinley High School, and I would consider it as an honor and privilege to represent our school as its queen. My mother, my older sister, and numerous other women of my family have been given this honor over the years, so you know I also have the genetics to pull it off!
On a personal note, it would simply mean the world to me to win.
So, thank you for the time you’ve taken out to read this rather long message and please vote Quinn Fabray for Prom Queen!
This is how McKinley’s royalty could look like. Vote smart. Vote Quinn Fabray.
In a method of campaigning, Hannah and I have been working on designing the perfect dessert to give out to the general public. But alas, we cannot decide. And so we go to you, our supporters! Voting will close tomorrow at 4, to give us enough time to make enough for school on Friday, the party on Saturday, and the start of our aggressive campaign on Monday.
Cupcakes? Cookies? Or Both?