DNC Chairman Tim Kaine and RNC Chairman Michael Steele are showing their party’s commitment to the youth vote by committing — in writing — to provide exclusive video answers to the 7 questions young Americans choose as most important to them and to their votes.

13-35 year olds have one day only to submit and vote on questions for the party leaders—Wed. October 20 until 8pm (ET). Questions will be submitted to http://www.youthdebate.org and the top questions will then be posed to the party chairs.

The party Chairs’ exclusive video responses will air noon October 31 online at http://www.youthdebate.org, giving young Americans the well-thought-out, accurate answers they need to vote for the future they want, and giving Americans of all ages their last look at where the parties stand on the same exact issues before the Midterm Election.

The 2010 Midterm Youth Debate is produced by Anthony Tedesco of Portable Heroes, LLC, and he is the founder and producer of The Presidential Youth Debates.

The Presidential Youth Debates have included participation of every President and major presidential candidate since 1996 with the generous help of hundreds of America’s largest companies and youth vote organizations, including Apple, Borders, Harvard University Institute of Politics, Comcast, Slashdot, AOL, Rock the Vote, About.com, Match.com, and Student Advantage. (Visit http://www.youthdebate2004.org for text state archive of national debate)