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Ask Jennifer Granholm

TIME's scheduled to interview Michigan Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm. What would you ask her?

Here's a backgrounder:

In 2002, the Canadian-born Democrat became the first woman to be elected Michigan's governor. Now in her second term, Granholm is responding to tough problems: the global financial crisis, the near-collapse of the U.S. automobile industry, and a 15.2% unemployment rate – the nation's highest. Earlier this year, President Obama considered Granholm for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Submit your questions for Granholm below, then read the interview in an upcoming issue of TIME.

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