From David Beckham, and the Muppets, to Newt Gingrich, Google has hosted several special Google+ Hangouts giving users a chance to get their questions answered and interact with politicians and celebrities. Perhaps its most important Hangout yet is going to take place on Jan. 30 with President Obama, who is set to answer the top- voted user submitted questions in a live-streamed interview.

Starting from now until Jan. 28, you can head over to the White House YouTube channel to upload a text or video question submission for the President. Users will decide on the best questions by casting their vote, and a few select individuals will be chosen to speak with the President live during the Google+ Hangout. YouTube noted in its blog post that video submissions are preferred and should be approximately 20 seconds in length.

“Your Interview” with President Obama will be streamed live on Jan. 30 at 5:30 p.m. ET. You can watch the live stream then and submit your questions here.


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