State of the Union: What Do You Care About?
President Obama is expected to touch on taxes, manufacturing, education and more. What do you think is most important?
President Obama promises his State of the Union speech Tuesday night will outline a lasting economic recovery that will "work for everyone, not just a wealthy few."
On what issues do you want the president to focus when he addresses the nation?
Watch, Participate in the State of the Union
Tuesday’s address will be shown on major TV networks and streamed live online via YouTube and on the White House website.
9 p.m.: Watch an enhanced version of the speech that features graphics, data and statistics that highlight the issues the president is discussing on whitehouse.gov/sotu. Use the hashtag #SOTU to discuss the speech live.
- 10 p.m.-ish: Senior advisors will answer your questions about the president’s address submitted via twitter (use #WHChat and #SOTU), Facebook and an in-person audience of tweetup participants.
- 5:30 p.m. Jan. 30: In an event called Your Interview with President Obama and live-streamed on YouTube, the president will be fielding pre-selected questions from average Americans “in the first completely virtual interview from the White House.” Submit questions through Saturday at the White House YouTube channel. “He’ll be answering several of the most popular questions that have been submitted through YouTube, and some of the people who submitted questions will even be invited to join the President in the Hangout and take part in the live conversation,” according to the White House Blog.
Interested in the state of Stow? Read Mayor Sara Drew's State of the City address here.