YouTube Wants To Know. What Would You Ask Bill Clinton? [Updated]

Monday, September 20, Bill Clinton will be taking part in an exclusive YouTube interview, straight from the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2010 Annual Meeting in New York. Heads of State, CEOs, non-profit and religious leaders and other philanthropists will come together in New York City for the annual meeting, to take action on some of the most pressing challenges that our world is currently facing. Clinton and YouTube want to give you the chance to take part in the discussion.

YouTubers are invited to submit video or text questions for Clinton on the CitizenTube YouTube page. Viewers are encouraged to submit questions about everything from global development to the relief effort in Haiti, empowering women, technology, current events or anything they find relevant to the Clinton Global Initiative. Click on “Submit a question” to submit your own text or video query. The deadline for submitting questions is September 13.

If you don’t have a question of your own, you can vote to help determine which questions will be asked in the interview. To see what other people are asking, click “View Questions” from the CitizenTube YouTube homepage. You can then “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” other people’s questions to influence which questions will make it to the top.

Will you ask Bill Clinton a question? If so, what will you ask?

Update [September 20, 2010]: President Clinton’s YouTube interview went up last night. Check out which questions were picked and what Clinton had to say in the video below!