If so, then post your question here.
Peers can read your question and vote it up or down. The top 10 questions will be presented to each candidate in that particular race, and the candidates can answer as many of those 10 questions as they want, in any format and length of time that the candidate chooses by October 14.
The 10Questions campaign is the result of a partnership between the nonpartisan org Personal Democracy Forum, Google, and YouTube.
10Questions reminds me of the very awesome 2008 YouTube video debate:)