To Senator Ted Cruz, Governor John Kasich, and businessman Donald Trump: Gawker is proud to invite you to its 2016 GOP Presidential Town Hall: Your Vape, Your Voice.

We want to provide a forum for an open, transparent discussion about the future of vaping regulation—an issue near and dear to the country’s 10 million devout e-cigarette users. As Americans For Tax Reform founder Grover Norquist said just this past February, “I think that the next election, at the presidential level, and a lot of other levels, is going to be determined by the vaping community.”

At this point, the American people know full well where you stand on tax reform, ISIS, global warming, reproductive rights, gun control, health care—you name it. What we don’t know, however, is where you stand on electronic cigarette taxation and regulation. Should states raise taxes on e-cigs? Are vaping prohibition proponents going too far? And are cloud chasers ruining the vaping movement’s good name? As the future leader of an army of American e-juice enthusiasts, you owe your vaping constituents answers. We want to help you see that duty realized.

Granted, the GOP candidates and Gawker have not always seen eye-to-eye. But it’s our hope that in our mutual pursuit of truth, we can put the past behind us for the greater good, and for the freedom of vapers everywhere. That the vaping movement’s founders shall not have vaped in vain. That this nation, under God, shall have a new mod of freedom. And that government of the vapers, by the vapers, for the vapers, shall not perish like so many sick clouds.

We promise to facilitate an honest, fair discussion about the future of America and its vapes. All you have to do is show up. You can accept the invitation by emailing me here, at which point we’ll finalize the details. I look forward to hearing from you.

And to everyone else, remember: Your vape, your vote, your voice.