If you have a question you're just dying to ask Gov. Jay Inslee (and you can keep it clean enough for live prime time television), you could get your chance on Nov. 10.
That's the day Seattle's KCTS 9 will host a one-hour "Ask the Governor" broadcast starting at 7 p.m., which will be shown live around the state, including on KSPS-TV in Spokane.
Inslee and moderator Enrique Cerna will be at the University of Washington campus, and will be taking questions from the audience as well as from the Internet.
The station will be taking questions in advance on an online form, which you can access by clicking here. You can write it out, or up load a link to a YouTube video version of the question.
Before or during the broadcast, you could tweet a question using #askthe gov and @KCTS9. Or go to the KCTS9 Facebook page and add a question in the comments for the Ask The Governor post.
Obviously, the station is going to get many more questions that it will have time to ask. To improve your chances, it might help to keep them short, to the point and specific.