Putin first became president just over eighteen years ago, so Sunday's vote was the first time someone born around the time he came to power is qualified to take part. The age limit for voting in nationwide elections in Russia is 18 years of age.
"I'm very happy I voted because I want to be a citizen of the Russian Federation with an active political position," Isaikina said after casting her ballot in Elektrogorsk, near Moscow, accompanied by her grand-father, Nikolai Osipenko.
"We were given freedom, they gave us this opportunity to choose our representatives and I want to use this opportunity."
Vladislava was born in the Moscow region on April 24, 1999. Later that year, on Dec. 31, Putin assumed the role of acting president of Russia and has gone on to dominate the Russian political landscape ever since. Opinion polls indicate he will win re-election by a wide margin.
"In such a difficult international situation, electing the president is a very serious question. Everybody must vote for the person whom they trust."
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