'What would you ask President Obama'

Staff Writer
Woodford Times

"What would you ask President Obama?" was the title of an email sent out by the White House yesterday.

Tonight, President Obama delivers his State of the Union address at 8 p.m. CT.

"During that speech, he will 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," the White House email said.

In light of the importance of the speech the government is offering a range of ways to get involved with this year’s State of the Union address.

Immediately following the President’s speech connect to WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU for a live panel featuring senior White House advisors answering Americans questions about the speech.

On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, a group of policy experts and advisors to the President will sit down for "Office Hours on Twitter" - discussing the issues.

On Jan. 30, the president will join the conversation in a special Google+ Hangout, a live multi-person video chat, from the White House.

To participate in the Hangout visit the White House YouTube channel to submit questions and vote for 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.

Learn more at WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU about watching the enhanced State of the Union online and asking questions this week.