[LIVE] What's Your Idea For How to Fix Washington?



On Tuesday, the PolicyMic team will be teaming up with No Labels and broadcasting live from Washington, D.C. where we'll be taking your questions and interviewing members of Congress and public officials about how to reform our government. No Labels, a non-partisan advocacy group, will be releasing Make Congress Work, a blueprint of congressional reform proposals for fixing Washington, and we'll be live blogging from the event on Capitol Hill.

Among the leaders that we'll meet are: Senator Joe Lieberman (I-CT), Former Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN), Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL), Senator Dean Heller (R-NV), and Hon. David Walker, Former U.S. Comptroller General.

Some of the questions that No Labels will address in its plan are:

1)   How do you ensure Congress acts in a fiscally responsible way?
2)   How do we force national leaders to be more directly accountable to constituents on a regular basis?
3)   How can we force our top two parties to actually talk to each other?

Here's how it will work: You will ask us your questions below, and over Facebook and Twitter. We will ask those questions directly to No Labels leaders and members of Congress. We will post the video responses over YouTube. You will get answers to all of your great questions.

So, without further adieu: What questions would you like us to ask members of Congress tomorrow about reforming Washington?

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