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Nickelodeon Gives Kids a Platform to Voice Their Opinions on Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Election Issues '08 Premiering Sunday, April 13, at 9:00 p.m.
Date:4/9/2008

maybe we should really use it on things we really need here."

About immigration, Vika says, "I understand why the fence between Mexico and the U.S. is being built, but I don't think that it should be there. I feel like it's creating a barrier -- it's actually creating a physical barrier between Mexico and the U.S. and it's making tensions rise and it really just shows our distrust of Mexico." But Michele says, "They come here for a better life; they should be able to get a better life."

Nickelodeon's campaign includes four Kids Pick the President television specials created and produced by the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning Nick News with Linda Ellerbee, and a special online election website http://www.nick.com/kpp/. The website features explanations of the election process, photographs and information about each candidate and their issues, as well as a calendar of the major election events. In January, the first campaign special, The Kids' Primary -- explained how presidents are elected in the United States, the primary system, the current candidates, and what it means to be a Democrat or a Republican. After the special, kids were encouraged to go online and vote in Nickelodeon's first ever kids' primary, at http://www.nick.com/kpp. In the election, kids chose Barack Obama and John McCain.

The campaign specials will also air on Cable in the Classroom (schedule will be announced), which airs Wednesday and Friday mornings at 6:00 a.m. (ET/PT). Cable in the Classroom provides schools with commercial-free educational television programming. To complement the Kids Pick the President campaign, supplementary materials are available as resources for teachers at http://teachers.nick.com.

Nick News, produced by Lucky Duck Productions, is now in its 18th year, and is the longest-running kids'
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