President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union address at 9:00 p.m. ET. During that speech, he’ll lay out his vision for an America where hard work and responsibility are rewarded, where everyone does their fair share, and where everyone is held accountable for what they do. There is a range of ways to get involved with this year’s State of the Union address.
will be an online-only enhanced version of the speech, featuring data
and graphics, live while the President is speaking. Watch the enhanced
version at www.whitehouse.gov/sotu.
after the speech, Senior White House advisors will answer your
questions about the President’s address submitted via twitter (use #WHChat & #SOTU), Facebook and an in-person audience of tweetup participants.
Administration officials will continue to answer "Office Hours through
Twitter" through the rest of the week. Check out the full schedule of
experts, dates and times at www.whitehouse.gov/sotu.
- On January 30, President Obama will join a special Google+ Hangout from the West Wing to answer your questions about the speech. Just visit the White House YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/whitehouse to submit your questions and vote for your favorites between now and January 28. A few participants will be chosen to join the President in the Google+ Hangout to ask their questions of the President live!