If you have an opinion on this year's election, Nebraska Educational Telecommuncations (NET) wants to hear your voice.
Grand Island's Edith Abbot Memorial Library has set up a station where you can go and make your opinions on issues, candidates, or the elections themselves, heard.
Library officials say it's as easy as stopping by and having an everyday conversation.
Youth Services Librarian Celine Swan says, "Patrons can come in and they can go to the reference help desk. They can say that they would like to take part and we have a computer laptop set up that's wireless. We can take it into a study room so they have a little privacy, they can go in there and post a two minute comment or question. They actually are on YouTube which is very popular right now. We've had a couple people post some, so i think it'll become popular."
Patrons interested can go right into the library to submit a comment. The only rules ask you to state your name, hometown, and to summarize one issue that matters and why it is important to you. You are also encouraged to share a story or anecdote that helps explain your perspective. Finally, it's recommended that you end your video with a direct question for candidates in the U.S. Senate race.
The station will be open to anyone who is interested in using until the November Presidential Elections.