Residents of California will be voting this Tuesday, along with people living in more than 20 other states.
But tomorrow (Saturday 2/2), they'll get a chance to participate in a multicast program with at least 4 of the presidential candidates.
So far, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Ron Paul, and Mike Huckabee have confirmed they'll take part. Mitt Romney and John McCain have also been invited.
Each candidate will get roughly 15 minutes to answer questions from the audience, which could be you if you decide to participate.
The live show starts at 3:00 PM Pacific Time, and goes until 4:30 PM, with just a single one-minute break in the middle. It'll be shown on cable TV, radio, internet, and even mobile devices. MTV and MySpace are the big sponsors.
You can watch the show, entitled "Closing Arguments: A Presidential Super Dialogue," at/on: