She tells CNN, "This is my first time I would be (voting). I did a campaign when I was 16, I wanted to encourage kids my age, because we're the next generation coming up, to vote. I think it would be really fun for me to be involved with my family and to have a say. It's nice."
And Gomez, who is particularly interested in issues regarding education and global warming, admits she will be more concerned about politicians' solutions for existing problems on home turf, as opposed to international policies.
She says, "I think we do a lot to help other countries, but sometimes I feel like we don't really help a lot here, our country, so that would probably be something that would catch my eye."