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Obama Schedule || Week of October 10

Next week’s schedule is up. From the White House:

Sunday, October 10, 2010

5:30PM    THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at a DNC “Moving America Forward” Rally; THE VICE PRESIDENT also attends. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

On Monday, the President will host a meeting with infrastructure stakeholders at the White House. Later, the President will travel to Miami, Florida to attend events for the DCCC.

On Tuesday, the President will host a “Moving America Forward” town hall meeting sponsored by the DNC at George Washington University in Washington, DC.

On Wednesday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

On Thursday, the President will host a youth town hall live on MTV, CMT and BET

On Friday, the President and the Vice President will travel to Wilmington, Delaware to attend an event for Senate candidate Chris Coons.

On Saturday, the President will travel to Boston, Massachusetts to attend events for Governor Deval Patrick and for the DSCC.

On Sunday, October 17, the President and the First Lady will travel to Cleveland, Ohio to attend an event for Governor Strickland. They will then travel to Columbus, Ohio to attend an event for the DNC.

6 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Week of October 10”

  1. The Prez and the VPrez must not have any idea how their aggressive and violent-sounding speeches are being received here in fly-over country. MrBiden threatens there will be “hell to pay” and the Prez is predicting “hand to hand combat” if the Repubs win a majority in November.

    This election isn’t a prelude to a political coup, a war or a gang fight, it’s the reflection of the opinions and wishes of the American voters.
    It’s time for the WH to rachet down the rhetoric and show some respect for the voters of America.

    1. srdem65 – great points. They really think people are just lashing out at them and not thinking through their choices. They can hardly perceive that anyone wouldn’t think them right about their policies.

    1. They don’t generally formally release it, but they do let you know what she’s doing when they want some coverage. Not sure on infrastructure stakeholders but I think it’s politic for people who build roads.

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