Rewatch Google Hangout With Judy Woodruff and ‘Americans Elect’ CTO
Voters cast their ballots in New Hampshire in 2008. Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images.
Update March 20
Americans Elect CTO Joshua Levine answered your questions in a live video chat with Judy Woodruff Tuesday afternoon. Watch the video below:
Updated 5 p.m. ET
Americans Elect is a group pushing for a bipartisan ticket for this year’s election using an online convention. Judy Woodruff speaks with two former governors who support the effort, Christine Todd Whitman, R-N.J., and David Boren, D-Okla., on Monday’s NewsHour.
Have questions about this idea? Woodruff and Joshua Levine*, Americans Elect CTO, will answer them in a Google Plus hangout on Tuesday from 3 to 3:45 p.m. ET.
You can submit your questions and comments ahead of time in the comments section below, on Twitter, or on Google Plus. If you would like to join the hangout, let us know in the comments area on this Google Plus post.
For a primer on Americans Elect’s goals, watch an interview with Elliot Ackerman, the group’s chief operating officer, on the PBS NewsHour from August:
For more on the security, logistical and secrecy challenges of Internet voting, watch this report from science correspondent Miles O’Brien.
This post has been updated to reflect a change in who will join Woodruff for the hangout.