Posts Tagged ‘october

27
Oct
12

New Hampshire

Elm Street Middle School, Nashua, New Hampshire (Jonathan Ernst, Reuters)

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Sunday: The President leaves for Orlando, Florida.

Monday: Campaign events in Orlando, Youngstown, Ohio and Prince William County, Virginia. The President returns to Washington, DC in the evening.

Tuesday: Campaign events in Colorado Springs and Green Bay, Wisconsin. The President will then travel to Ohio where he will stay overnight.

Wednesday: Campaign events in Cincinnati and Akron. In the evening, the President and the First Lady will welcome local children and children of military families to trick-or-treat at the North Portico of the White House.

Update:

Thanks Bob

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Patch: An estimated 8,500 Obama supporters fleshed out the grassy knoll in front of Elm Street School Saturday for a stop by President Obama.

That number, provided by Nashua Fire Marshal Cynthia Bautista, could make this the largest political rally in New Hampshire history, beating Oprah/Obama in 2007, according to WMUR political analyst James Pindell.

Justin Kates, Nashua’s Director of Emergency Management said another 400 were turned away at the gate once the space was to capacity….

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(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

(Reuters/Jonathan Ernst)

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25
Oct
12

Richmond

Richmond (Tumblr)

Will be back later with more photos and videos from today’s rallies, and a heads-up or two.

23
Oct
12

Dayton

The debate winner arrives at Dayton International Airport (AP Photo/David Kohl)

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Wednesday:

8:0: President Obama departs the White House

10:15: Arrives in Davenport, Iowa

11:10: Delivers remarks at Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport

12:45: VP Biden deliver remarks at Marion Harding High School

2:15: PBO departs Davenport

8:25: Arrives Los Angeles

9:30: Tapes an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”

10:45: Departs Los Angeles

11:45: Arrives Las Vegas

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Forward to 30 minutes to hear the speeches – you can also see them at C-Span

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11
Oct
12

The University of Miami

From “Severely Conservative” to “Severely Kidding”:

10
Oct
12

Rise and Shine

Ohio State University, Oct 9 (Larry Downing/Reuters)

Newseum

(Larry Downing/Reuters)

(Brendan Smialowski/Getty)

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OFA: Just before stepping on stage in Fairfax, Virginia, President Obama takes a minute to read a thank you letter from Lori, Ian’s mom

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(Zee News)

Leesburg Today

You can see video of Michelle Obama’s Loudoun County speech here

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05
Oct
12

Heads Up: President Obama in Ohio

2:30 ET: President Obama delivers remarks at Cleveland State University in Ohio

C-SpanCBS 1 * CBS 2 * CNN

Streaming has started at CBS

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04
Oct
12

From Denver to Madison

Madison, Wisconsin, Oct 4 (NBC)

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Madison.com: The massive crowd of supporters started arriving before dawn Thursday and waited in a line that stretched forever up and down UW-Madison’s hilly Observatory Drive, all waiting to see President Barack Obama’s afternoon rally and praying that skies, gray and threatening throughout the morning, wouldn’t drop rain.

…. UW police estimated the crowd at 30,000, and what looked like thousands more, all with tickets, were denied admission after officials declared the event at capacity early in the afternoon….

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EPA

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29
Oct
11

“all i’ve got to offer is a last name that ends in a vowel”

President Obama on stage with Rep. Nancy Pelosi after delivering remarks at the National Italian American Foundation Gala in Washington. Also on stage is television journalist Maria Bartiromo

26
Oct
11

leno – video

25
Oct
11

leno

See more video clips here

President Barack Obama sat down for a “Tonight Show” appearance with Jay Leno Tuesday, answering questions about everything from Moamar Ghadafi’s death to the war in Iraq, approval ratings and the current round of GOP debates.

In brief excerpts released by NBC some eight hours before the show was due to air, Obama appeared to draw the biggest laugh when, in response to a question about whether he was watching the Republican debates, he replied, “I’m going to wait until everybody’s voted off the island. Once they narrow it down to one or two, I’ll start paying attention.”

Obama received a standing ovation from the audience when he walked onstage for his fourth appearance on the Leno show, and his second as president.

with NBC producer Michelle Tasoff

Bryan Branly: After the show, I was lucky enough to be introduced to the President backstage. Jay told the President (referring to me), “That’s how you looked in college!” The President said, “Afros are hard work Jay.” I wish all you who follow these blogs could have been with me. It was a day to remember!




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