President to answer questions during Google+ hangout

President Barack Obama is holding a fireside chat on Google+ tomorrow to answer questions from the public.

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The White House is currently taking your questions via YouTube. Screenshot by Donna Tam/CNET

Got a burning question about the new cybersecurity executive order or the 3D printing institute President Barack Obama mentioned during his State of the Union address?

Now's your chance to ask -- the POTUS is holding a Google+ hangout tomorrow to take inquires from the public about Tuesday's speech. The event starts at 1:50 p.m. PT. The White House is currently accepting questions through its YouTube Channel, where you can also vote for your favorite questions.

Obama will answer a selection of the questions with the most votes, live from the West Wing of the White House.

Though the three top questions currently are about NASA spending, the elimination of the penny as a currency, and education, maybe someone will also squeeze in a question about the president's thoughts onthe Twittersphere's treatment of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio?

The president and his VP are big fans of Google+ hangouts. Obama held a similar event last year, and Vice President Joe Biden held a hangout last month to talk about gun control.