President Obama Delivers the 2011 State of the Union Address - Submit Your Questions for President

It's the biggest speech of the year, next Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET, people across the country and around the world will sit down to watch. But as President Obama delivers the 2011 State of the Union Address, which'll be streamed live on YouTube along with the Republican response, you can also submit your […]

It's the biggest speech of the year, next Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET, people across the country and around the world will sit down to watch. But as President Obama delivers the 2011 State of the Union Address, which'll be streamed live on YouTube along with the Republican response, you can also submit your questions for the President for an exclusive YouTube Interview that take place on Jan'27.

President Obama's responses to a selection of your top-voted questions will be streamed live from the White House on youtube.com/askobama at 2:30 p.m. ET on Jan'27.

You've until Jan'25 at midnight ET to submit your question for President Obama. A few suggestions before submitting your questions:

  1. Video questions are highly preferred (though we also accept text). Videos should be about 20 sec long and be sure to ask the question directly.
  2. Speak clearly and try to film in a place with minimal background noise. Keep the camera as still as possible.
  3. Feel free to be creative (use props, charts, etc.) to help your question stand out. If you've time, find an interesting backdrop that may help reinforce your message.

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