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Got a question for Mike Huckabee? The former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate will be on CNN's "Situation Room" with Wolf Blitzer. Send a question on video and it could be used as part of the interview. Huckabee is out with a new book called “Do the Right Thing” where he reflects on his presidential campaign and settles some scores with his rivals. Among other things, he calls Mitt Romney disrespectful and says Fred Thompson’s campaign lacked common sense. We want to know what you would ask Huckabee about the election and more.
Click here to go to ireport.com and upload your video question for Mike Huckabee.
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(CNN) - Former President Clinton dismissed critics who say Sen. Barack Obama is too inexperienced for the presidency in his speech to the Democratic National Convention.
On Wednesday night, Clinton rallied support for Obama by drawing comparisons between his candidacy in 1992, reminding the audience that "Republicans said I was too young and too inexperienced to be commander in chief."
His message seemed to resonate with many iReport contributors.
Clinton "showed that being young is not necessarily being inexperienced or not being ready to lead," said iReporter Jordan Sarver of Athens, Georgia, who also commented on Sen. Ted Kennedy's appearance Monday.
Clayton Anderson of Savannah, Georgia, said the parallel that Clinton drew between Obama and himself was "most important aspect" of the speech. "I think we all know how productive and positive the Clinton administration was for Americans," Anderson said.
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(CNN)–Now you can be in "The Situation Room!" Senator John McCain, Republican presidential candidate, will be a guest Friday and you can ask him a question yourself. What issues matter most to you? Do you want to know more about what kind of president he would be? Submit your questions today, and be sure to keep them clear and concise. We’ll pick the best ones to be used on air.
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(CNN)–House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is scheduled to be in "The Situation Room" next Thursday, July 17. Send us your videos and your questions for the California Democrat and it could be asked on CNN.
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Today, Wolf Blitzer will interview Sen. Russ Feingold and now you can be part of the interview!
Feingold, a democrat, has been outspoken in his criticism of presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama. Last week he said Obama’s choice to opt out of public financing was a bad decision. Now Obama is supporting a domestic spying bill that many democrats, including Feingold, oppose. What do you think? Submit your video questions now!
Here's your chance to join the political discussion. We want to hear about the political topics and hot-button issues that are most important to you.
Send us your questions on video, and be sure to keep them clear and concise. Your videos could be used on air - and your views a part of the best political team on TV.
(CNN) - On Wednesday, CNN's Wolf Blitzer will sit down with Sen. Hillary Clinton to discuss what's next in her bid for the White House.
Send in your video questions. Then tune in to The Situation Room, 4 p.m. ET for the full interview, and her responses to your questions.
(CNN) - High school seniors and I-Reporters from Smithtown High School East in St. James, New York can't vote - yet. They will vote for the first time next November. But, they are already riffing on the candidates and issues, like racism and immigration, with no filter.
- CNN Anchor Nicole Lapin
(CNN) - I-Reporter 67-year-old Nancy Kolger of Richmond, Indiana, responds to the CNN/YouTube Debate format:
"As a Senior Citizen I am really disappointed that not one question was asked about Health Care and rising Drug Costs for all the people. I can send you an email response and/or question but I do not know how to take or send a video or download and all that other stuff that younger people do. So therefore I was not given the chance to ask a question and I feel this is a form of discrimination or else lack of CNN taking the time to scan through emails as they have obviously done with videos.
Next time I hope you will consider the fact that a lot of the citizens/voters of this country do not know how to use all this modern stuff and it would be nice if you just had a Senior Citizen debate with the candidates and I bet some really good questions besides, wars, gun control, immigration, abortion, gays, etc, would come forth, like health care, drug expenses, gas prices, feeding, clothing, and housing the elderly, more American jobs, etc."
- CNN.com Anchor Nicole Lapin
(CNN) - Participation in the CNN/YouTube debate is two-fold: Questions and analysis.
Al Rohdri, 22, just graduated from Oral Roberts University and offers this observation: "It's funnier than the Democratic one."
–CNN Anchor Nicole Lapin