President Obama will be live on MTV, MTV2, mtvU, MTV Hits, MTV Jams, and online at MTV.com and MTV's mobile platforms tomorrow, October 26 at 5pm ET to take questions during a half-hour special hosted by Sway Calloway and featuring correspondent Andrew Jenks, who will be chatting with students at Washington D.C. college campuses.
It's all part of our ongoing "Power of 12" campaign, which aims to engage the 45 million 18 to 29-year-olds eligible to vote in this election (making them the largest potential voting bloc in the country). MTV's "Ask Obama Live" will mark the first time in this campaign that either candidate has focused directly on those young voters' top concerns, including jobs, the cost of college, rising student loan debt, and social issues like LGBTQ rights and immigration.
You can submit your questions to the MTV Faceboook page and it just may be answered LIVE by the President.
MTV has also asked Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney to sit down for a similar special and hopes to confirm him before Election Day on November 6.