Kids can’t vote, but that doesn’t mean they don’t get a say in this election. And it doesn’t mean that elected leaders don’t have to answer to them.
That’s why First Focus on Children and the National Children’s Museum — whose mission is to inspire children to care about and change the world —have launched the #Commit2Kids Virtual Video Booth — to give kids a platform for their questions to candidates and leaders at all levels.
This November, kids may not be pulling any levers in a voting booth, but they can log on to our video booth and make sure their voice (and their question) is heard!
Want to know what leaders plan to do about climate change? Gun violence? Children’s healthcare? Education? Record your question today!
Just make sure to get a parent or guardian to say it’s okay by filling out the form to the right.
PS — if you're not a kid, you can still add your voice to our demand that future leaders #Commit2Kids here.