State of the Union: A Social Media User's Guide

State of the Union: A Social Media User's Guide

Printer-friendly version
a a
Type Size: Small

Join The Fiscal Times on our live blog, Twitter and Facebook for complete coverage of President Obama's State of the Union address tonight. By linking to this

you¹ll be able to watch a live video stream of the president¹s speech starting at 9 p.m. EST and also post your comments and reactions. You can also follow us on Twitter and tweet at us using the hashtag #TFTSOTU to have your comments appear automatically on the live blog.

See below for a quick preview of what to expect tonight, who to follow and how to join in on the discussion. We hope to see you tonight!

The Warm Up:

The Fiscal Times' Josh Boak gives us a preview of what to look for in tonight¹s State of the Union Address here: -What-to-Watch-For-Tonight.aspx#page1

The Pre-Game:

8:30 p.m. Join TFT's discussion ahead of the speech here
Follow TFT reporters on Twitter:



And TFT Columnists

Follow the key players on Twitter:

President Obama
Vice President Joe Biden
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL
Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY 
Majority Leader Harry Reid 
Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-KY
House Speaker John Boehner, R-OH
House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor, R-VA
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

The Main Event:
Join in on the conversation as we live-blog the event here 
If you're joining us on Twitter, use the hashtag #TFTSOTU

Watch Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's Republican rebuttal to Obama's address.
You can ask a panel of White House officials about the issues in the address using the Twitter hashtag #whchat 
The panel will broadcast live here

And be sure to check back tomorrow for a complete analysis of the president¹s speech and Rubio¹s rebuttal from our DC bureau chief Eric Pianin and national correspondent Josh Boak.