ABC News’ “Nightline” will air on Monday night a documentary called “For Our Lives: Parkland,” following six Parkland students “as they took their first steps into political participation.”

Recognize any faces? Notice anyone missing?

We certainly have seen plenty of David Hogg, from the day of the mass shooting to the March for Our Lives stage to news about his upcoming book, “Never Forget.” Congratulations, ABC News, for scoring time with him.

So, speaking of taking steps into political participation, we know of one Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student who has met with the president and first lady, Ted Cruz, Orrin Hatch, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Louie Gohmert, and Kellyanne Conway, among others. Where’s he?

Hunter Pollack lost his sister in the shooting — he might have been a good resource too. Wonder why he’s not on?

Maybe he was busy being interrogated at school for going to the gun range with his dad when ABC News tried to call him. That’s probably it.

For what it’s worth, here’s the preview, with David Hogg front-and-center.


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