WASHINGTON (AP) -- The popular video Web site, YouTube, is allowing visitors to have a little face time with the presidential candidates, virtually speaking.
White House contenders from both parties will take turns posting videos on YouTube's News and Politics site, and YouTube watchers will get to post their own video responses.
The experiment is an outgrowth of YouTube's "You Choose '08" initiative that kicked off in February to let candidates showcase their campaigns on the Web site through their campaign videos.
The first candidate up is former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
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