Senators McCain and Obama Accepting Questions Until 3PM (EST) for The Walden University Presidential Youth Debate

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13-35 year olds can send questions for the candidates until Mon. Sept. 29, 3pm (EST) and then help choose the final questions Sept. 30, 2008 at

Walden University Presidential Youth Debate

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Senators McCain and Obama have committed in writing to answer the 14 questions young Americans choose as most important to them in The Walden University Presidential Youth Debate, including for the first time two questions from 13-17 year-old "Future Voters." 13-35-year-olds can submit questions at until Monday, September 29, 2008 at 3 p.m. (EST), and then help choose the final questions on Tuesday, September 30, 2008.

The candidates' video responses will air October 20, 2008 online at host Walden University's site, giving young Americans the answers they need to vote for the future they want, and giving Americans of all ages their last look at where the candidates stand on the same exact issues before the Election.

The Presidential Youth Debates have been produced by founder Anthony Tedesco with the participation of every President and major presidential candidate since 1996, and with the generous help of hundreds of America's largest companies and youth vote organizations including Apple, Borders, Harvard Institute of Politics, Comcast, Slashdot, AOL, New Voters Project, Rock The Vote, United States Student Association, GenVote, Lycos, About,, WWE's Smackdown Your Vote and Student Advantage.

Press Inquiries to Portable Heroes, Anthony Tedesco, founder and producer of The Presidential Youth Debates / 917-282-9357 / anthony @


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