Right now YouTube is getting ready to host an interactive interview with President Obama, as a follow-up to the State of the Union speech last night. People around the world can submit questions via YouTube's website, and the questions that get the most votes hold the best chances of reaching the President. 

We know two young woman who could use your vote to get their question some attention. They're Jean Altomare & Amanda Nelson, two of the Unity College students who took a much-publicized Solar Road Trip to convince President Obama to put solar back on the White House roof. A month after the journey, the great news came in: the Obama team announced that they'd hammer in a fresh set of panels in 2011!

Now that the road trip buzz has quieted down a little — and since we're now in 2011, Jean and Amanda have a reminder, as well as an important follow-up question.

Check out Jean & Amanda's 18-second video submission:<br /> <br />

"President Obama, Last Fall you agreed to put solar panels on the roof of the White House. This home improvement is a great way to show your commitment to a clean energy economy — one that will create jobs for Americans and stop the climate crisis. What else will you do to make sure that families and business across America can have solar panels on their roofs?"

Here's How to Vote for the Solar Question: (we wish it was a smidgen easier, but it should still take you less than a minute) 

1) Visit YouTube.com/WorldView — Make sure you're logged into YouTube
2) Scroll down until you see the search box on the right
3) Search for "white house solar families" — You should see Amanda and Jean's video!
4) Vote for the video by clicking the little green thumbs up icon
5) That's it –> you're done.

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