November 28th, 2007 | Published in Google Public Policy
Last July, the Democratic presidential candidates took part in the first CNN/YouTube presidential debate. Tonight it's the Republicans' turn to answer questions from individuals around the country.
Just like last time, all of the questions to the candidates will come from YouTube users, who've submitted video questions over the past few months. And with a little more than a month before the first votes are cast in the Iowa caucuses, the debate promises fireworks as each of the candidates tries to set himself apart in one of the most competitive and least settled primary races in the Republican party's history.
Nearly 5,000 questions have been submitted. Here's are a sampling of the questions:
Tune in to CNN tonight at 8pm ET/5pm PT to see which questions are posed to the candidates.