President Obama Speaks At BSU Tomorrow

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Idaho Bigwigs Won’t Be at Obama Speech.

On Wednesday afternoon, Magicvalley.com will feature live coverage of President Obama’s visit to Idaho, including photos, videos and up-to-the-minute details from his speech.

Beginning at 2:15 p.m., you can participate in a live chat on Magicvalley.com as our journalists on the scene take you inside the sports complex where Obama will speak. BOISE • Some of the most powerful players in Idaho politics won’t be in attendance Wednesday when President Barack Obama speaks at Boise State University. Unfortunately, there are no more tickets available.” This is Obama’s second trip to the Boise State campus — though his first as sitting president.

And while some Democratic legislators plan to attend, the Legislature as a body isn’t doing anything in particular for the visit and wasn’t invited to come. Obama’s speech Wednesday afternoon, at the Caven-Williams Sports Complex adjacent to Albertsons Stadium, marks the first visit here by a sitting president since George W.

It is also Obama’s first time in Idaho since the 2008 campaign, when he spoke at the Taco Bell Arena at BSU Obama is visiting BSU, and then Kansas University in Lawrence, Kansas on Thursday, as part of a tour where he will be reitterate the themes in Tuesday’s State of the Union speech, according to the White House. Dean Ferguson, spokesman for the Idaho Democratic Party, speculated that economic conditions in Idaho and Obama’s interest in education spending – also a major issue in Idaho this year – could have something to do with it. “He has been really out front on pressing for workers and working families of America, getting an opportunity to participate in this economy and prosper,” said Ferguson. “And Idaho has been a state where a lot of working families have been passed over by the economic upturn.

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