What Did You Think?
Yesterday, in the State of the Union, President Obama outlined his plan for a thriving middle class and a strong America. He described a strategy that will make the United States a magnet for jobs and manufacturing, equip every American with the skills they need to do those jobs, and ensure that hard work leads to a decent living -- through investments in manufacturing, clean energy, infrastructure, and education.
We want to know what you thought, so we're asking for your Citizen Response.
Visit WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU, read the speech, find your favorite lines, and tell us why they mattered to you.
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President Obama's 2013 State of the Union
President Obama outlines his plan for a thriving middle class and a strong America.
All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).
9:35 AM: The President departs the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews
9:50 AM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews
11:00 AM: First Lady Michelle Obama Hosts an Interactive Student Workshop
11:10 AM: The President arrives in Asheville, North Carolina
11:35 AM: The President tours Linamar North Carolina Factory
12:00 PM: The President delivers remarks on the economy
12:30 PM: Open for Questions: The State of the Union and Education
1:25 PM: The President departs Asheville, North Carolina
2:30 PM: Open for Questions: The State of the Union and the Economy
2:40 PM: The President arrives at Joint Base Andrews
2:55 PM: The President arrives at the White House
4:00 PM: Open for Questions: The State of the Union and Energy and the Environment
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