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Watch Kentucky students on KET program before the VP Debate tonight

By | 2012-10-11T12:07:40+00:00 October 11th, 2012|Blog|

October 11 has arrived! It’s a gorgeous fall day in Kentucky with lots of anticipation for tonight’s Vice-Presidential Debate. We had an awesome time in Danville yesterday with hundreds of other children, youth, and adults calling on debate moderator, Martha Raddatz to ask the Vice-Presidential Candidates how to they plan to make children’s needs a priority. A big thank you to our local partners and everyone who showed up! And special kudos to Ann Goodwin at the Heart of Kentucky United Way and the exceptional youth planning committee who made it all happen. Get a feel for the day by checking out Kentucky Youth Advocates’ Facebook Page at

After Monday’s conference and Wednesday’s rally, our Step Up for Kids campaign culminates tonight with the KET program, “Student Voices, Election 2012” airing at 8/7 pm CT on KET (check your local listings) immediately before the vice-presidential debate at Centre College in Danville. Renee Shaw will moderate a panel of Kentucky high school students discussing the election issues that matter most to them.

Panelists for the program include:

  • Maya Craig-Lauer, Danville High School
  • Eltuan Dawson, Seneca High School, Louisville
  • Eric Hagan, Boyle County High School
  • Jason Jewell, Central High School, Louisville
  • Alexandria Knipp, West Carter High School
  • Tia Thé, Lexington Catholic High School

And for all you on twitter, here are some key hash tags to follow: #su4kky, #talkpoverty, , #Kids2012, and #InvestInKids. After the debate, join KYA, First Focus and other child advocates as we discuss the debate on Twitter.

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