Obama bus tour 2011 starts, to travel Midwest for 3 days

By on Aug 15, 2011 in International, Politics, United States Comments

US President Barack Obama started his bus tour on Monday, August 15, 2011, which will be a 3-day Midwest travel and will make stops in some parts of Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois.



US President Barack Obama
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As noted at US news sites that day, the Obama bus tour, which is his first time as president, will stop in three mentioned states where we won during the 2008 presidential election.

Incidentally, President Obama had a 39% approval rating on Sunday via the last three-day Gallup poll, which is his lowest grade so far and was noted to be due to the recent S&P credit downgrade.

According to White House on its official website, the President will discuss ways to grow the economy, strengthen the middle class and accelerate hiring in communities and towns across the nation.

Mr. Obama is also being expected to listen to various types of citizens including small business owners, local families, private sector leaders, rural organizations, and government officials.

“The President knows we must do everything we can to promote economic growth, restore confidence in our nation’s future and enhance the sense of optimism for future generations.” The White House said.

Meanwhile, President Obama is being set to host a town hall event in Cannon Falls, Minnesota on Monday and in a town hall in Decorah, Iowa later day.

On Tuesday, he is expected to host a rural economic forum in Peosta, Iowa, and will hold town hall meetings in Atkinson and Alpha, Illinois on Wednesday before going back to Washington.



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