WASHINGTON (CNN) – Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is asking its more tech-savvy supporters for help with a mandatory 30-second campaign video in the upcoming CNN/You Tube Democratic presidential debate.
The supporters will submit their proposals to the Clinton campaign Website.
"My job in the campaign is to make the videos and the ads, and I have a great team of really creative people helping me," Mandy Grunwald, media adviser/director of advertising for the campaign, wrote in an e-mail Tuesday morning. "But when we sat down to figure out what our 30-second video for the debate should be, we decided pretty quickly to give you the assignment instead."
In a statement, the campaign called the request the "latest groundbreaking effort" to engage voters in "new and innovative ways."
As part of the upcoming CNN/You Tube debate, to be held July 23 in South Carolina, all the candidates are asked to submit a 30-second video relating to their presidential campaign.
– CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney