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Just how young is the youth vote? It's odd how the Obama campaign is skewing its target demo younger and younger, mayhaps forgetting that you must be 18 to vote.
Meanwhile the Republicans have countered with a graphic using The Count, telling us how many times Obama mentions Big Bird and how many times he talks about fixing the economy at campaign stops.
Meanwhile the President has gotten back to his American Celebrity tour, this time planning a stop on Nickelodeon, the kids network, for a "Kids Pick the President" stop. From The Hollywood Reporter:
One spot Mitt Romney won't be hitting on the campaign trail: the Nickelodeon studios.
The Republican presidential candidate declined an invitation from the children's network to participate in its special "Kids Pick the President: The Candidates." According to a release from Nickelodeon, Romney's camp said he was unable to fit the taping into his schedule after multiple attempts from the network.
The special, part of Nick News With Linda Ellerbee, gives kids across the country the opportunity to ask questions of each candidate. It premieres at 8 p.m. Oct. 15. On Oct. 22, Nickelodeon will reveal the results of its Kids' Vote poll, which has correctly predicted the winner of five of the past six presidential elections.
He is aware that kids don't actually pick the President, right?