The address will be aired live on all major network television stations as well as the expected political cable channels.
According to CNN, Obama will point out bipartisan progress on immigration reform but take ot to Republicans on debt and tax reform.
For more on what Obama is expected to say, read CNN.
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For instance, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO), released a text statement that included verbiage about how Obama’s “economic policies have not only failed—they’ve clearly made the economy worse.” Blunt also produced a video response that was posted on YouTube, as is the senator’s custom for more high-profile events.
On the other hand, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) said the president laid out a plan “to bolster manufacturing, like we did at the Ford plant in Kansas City, and invest in our workforce is a starting point that we all should be able to support.”
What do you expect to see in tonight's State of the Union Address? What would you like the president to talk about?