The 2010 polls and the youth on ‘The Correspondents’ | 03/02/2009 3:54 PM

The youth’s 11 million votes can elect a president, but are they ready to use their right to vote? This Tuesday, March 3, guest correspondent Nadia Trinidad answers this question with a preview of the 2010 election from the eyes of the young Filipinos on “The Correspondents.”

Kent, a first-time voter, is preparing for 2010 by participating in the campus elections in UP Diliman. He believes he can make a difference by exercising his right and responsibility to vote as a citizen.

Miguel, on the other hand, believes in change like his look-alike US president Barack Obama. An out of school-youth, he believes he can change his life by using his vote wisely.

However, not all young Filipinos are determined to vote like Kent and Miguel. That is why various campaigns have been launched to get the youth to register for the elections.

Nadia Trinidad will hear out the insights and sentiments of the Filipino youth about the 2010 elections this Tuesday night, March 3 on “The Correspondents,” after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN.


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