Your Guide to President Obama's State of the Union Address
January 24, 2012
Your Guide to President Obama's Third State of the Union Address
Tomorrow, President Obama will deliver his third State of the Union address. Kicking off tomorrow at 9 p.m. ET. Democrats across the country are hosting watch parties to view the speech and exchange ideas about how to support the agenda that the President will lay out. Join the action and find a State of the Union party near you.
If you can't make it to a watch party there are plenty of ways to see the President's address. Tune into the live enhanced broadcast online—complete with charts, stats, and data that helped inform President Obamas policy decisions. Or catch the address via the live stream that will broadcast through the White House Live App on Facebook, YouTube, Google+, and barackobama.com—as well as all major networks and cable news stations.
Following the address, the White House wants to hear from Americans who have questions about the address. You can ask questions to a live panel of White House senior advisers via Twitter (use the hashtags #WHChat & #SOTU) or Facebook.
Later in the week, check barackobama.com for shareable overview of the speech, and on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, administration officials, policy advisers and experts will take questions during Office Hours—an online questions and answer session on Twitter.
Tune into the State of the Union tomorrow, and stay involved all week long.