Task Force to participate in live White House event following the State of the Union

Do you want to ask the White House a question? Tell us what you’d like to know, and we’ll be asking the White House questions following the State of the Union speech.

Immediately following President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, we will be participating in a panel that will be streamed live from the White House. Our interactive media coordinator, Kathy Plate, will be in the audience of tweetup participants and may have the opportunity to ask the panel a question on behalf of the Task Force.

We will ask questions through our Twitter account, @TheTaskForce, that you can retweet and promote. If you have a question you’d like us to ask in-person or via Twitter please leave a comment on this blog post, our Facebook page, or mention us on Twitter with the hashtag #WHChat.

The panel of senior advisors — Mark Zuckerman, White House deputy director of the Domestic Policy Council; Roberto Rodriguez, special assistant to the president for education policy; Brian Deese, deputy director, National Economic Council; Ben Rhodes, deputy NSA for strategic communications and speechwriting; and Jen Palmieri, deputy White House communications director – will answer questions about the State of the Union submitted via Twitter (#WHChat & #SOTU), Google+, Facebook and the in-person audience of tweetup participants.

Watch the video below for a thorough explanation of the event from senior advisor to President Barack Obama, David Plouffe:


Watch the enhanced State of the Union broadcast and the following panel live on the White House website.