Location of Obama 100 Day Town Hall Meeting Announced– Fox High School In Arnold, MO 10:20 AM (Updated)
Thousands of Missourians already spoke out against the president’s policies earlier this month.
As many as 10,000 protesters rallied against Obama and the Democrat’s historic spending bills at a Tax Day Tea Party event in St. Louis.
Kansas City.com reported:
The White House says President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting on his 100th day in office will be in Arnold on Wednesday.
The event is scheduled for 10:20 a.m. at Fox Senior High School in the suburban St. Louis city. The White House says the event is open to the public, but a ticket is needed. Doors open at 8 a.m.
The White House has said Obama will discuss his first 100 days in office and take questions about the administration’s agenda.
The 100th day in office is often used to measure the performance of a president in his first term.
Here’s a map of Fox High School:
Mark your calendars today!
UPDATE: I spoke with Bill Hennessy tonight who was one of the key organizers of the St. Louis Tea Party Protest on April 15th.
We are planning on meeting before the event at 9:15 AM. We would like to meet up near the high school in Arnold. Check back here or at The St. Louis Tea Party website later for more details.
UPDATE 2: Here’s how to get tickets to the event on Wednesday morning: