Now if they can just get 50 Cent's endorsement, Bush and Cheney will be good to go. The Associated Press reports: For young Americans who care more about G-Unit than the GOP, choosing their favorite music videos on MTV's Total Request Live" may be as close as they've come to the democratic process. Republicans are hoping to change that by sending their voter registration truck Thursday to two places where Republicans are usually in short supply: MTV and Times Square. The National Republican Committee's Reggie the Registration Rig is scheduled to visit the "TRL" studio, where the current contest between President Bush and Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry usually takes a back seat to the vying videos of Usher and Clay Aiken. The show is taped in an MTV studio overlooking the famous intersection in midtown Manhattan. RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie will be on hand, espousing the youths' right to vote for the right wing. RNC spokeswoman Heather Layman said Gillespie should blend in well with the screaming teens usually stationed outside the studio. "Chairman Gillespie has three kids of his own, and the oldest is a teenager, so he is no stranger to MTV and `TRL,'" Layman said. "He's hip enough to know how important it is, so I think he'll have fun."