Election 2012: Crayons and Candidates

School children pose questions to Mitt Romney and President Obama.
3:00 | 10/16/12

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They can't even -- in fact. They sometimes have trouble just staying in the lines. But these young Americans will someday have a say in who the next president. Good -- and -- Don't put the youth vote at the kids' table in 2008. 18% of electric was made up of eighteen to 29 year old so we wanted to know what these voters in training. Would as the candidates what would you ask. Mitt Romney he was sitting there yeah. He. -- rules like -- -- Okay what was said at that time was was not appropriate. What would you ask the president he was seeking. And -- -- news to me again tragedy to be the president again. I haven't gotten everything done that I want to get. And what would you ask Mitt Romney bluntly. -- tax plan is to encourage investment in growth and America more jobs that means more people paying taxes. Yeah. Yeah. I'm just tells me I can't be here yeah. These pint -- proponents of democracy -- the issues so keep an eye out of these cases their future home could be the White House. -- Cutler ABC news. Yeah.

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