Check out the New Voters Project's Youth Debate
page. Bush, Kerry and Nader answer questions posed by the young people. Well, actually, they don't so much answer the questions as they go into vaguely-related sections of their stump speeches. If you're not familiar with this approach, check out tonight's debate.
The Youth Debate page allows visitors to the site to indicate their degree of agreement with the candidates' positions. My favorite question is the one that asks about a time that the candidate changed their opinion on an issue, which Bush declined to answer. If their results are representative, and I'm confident they're not, America's young voters are about equally keen on Sen. K's and Mr. N's positions, and notably less keen on Pres. B's. Actually, maybe that's representative after all.