You can participate and follow the discussion at The New Mexican's website. The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. Mountain Time on Wednesday.
“Yowie enables me to have a direct digital dialogue with the public and engage in an open Q&A on key issues like smaller government, the economy, drug policy reform, tax reform, or any question a participant wishes to ask — no topic is off limits,” Johnson said in a news release.
Johnson’s campaign is considered a longshot. Lagging in the polls, he has been excluded from all but two of the GOP debates so far.
“Considering this is the first unmoderated online video chat by a U.S. Presidential candidate, we hope it sets a good example of how technology can help further bridge the gap between voters and their elected officials and candidates,” Johnson said.