The Democratic Party in the United States is soliciting questions for upcoming debates between its Presidential candidates via YouTube.

If you don’t already have a webcam, get one and record a thoughtful question for DNC candidates via video. Then post it to YouTube. Encourage your own children, young people you know, and students you teach to also get involved and submit video questions via YouTube.

We are just starting to see the tip of the iceberg for what read/write web technologies are going to mean within our cultures and specifically within the arena of politics.

The Republican Party in the United States does not appear to be embracing the use of YouTube in a similar way for its candidate debates.

Yet.

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