A new untitled documentary about young adults running for office has been picked up for distribution by David Letterman's Worldwide Pants. According to Variety, the uncompleted documentary will revolve around five men and women between the ages of 18-20 who seek to be elected in a wide range of states.

The project marks the first non-comedy project for Worldwide Pants. Michael Moore's former assistant Jason Pollock will direct the film. Ytit Chauhan, 18, a first-generation Indian-American running for city council in Atlantic City, N.J.; and George Monger, 18, who successfully appealed to lower the Memphis voting age from 23 so that he could run for city council, will be part of the cast.

Letterman stated about the project, "When I was their age, I was still delivering papers on a paper route, and I wasn't even very good at that."