President Barack Obama to be a special guest on Rev. Al Sharpton’s nationally syndicated radio show today to discuss the midterms and the importance of getting out the vote—
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO BE A SPECIAL GUEST ON REV. AL SHARPTON’S NATIONALLY SYNDICATED RADIO SHOW TODAY TO DISCUSS THE MIDTERMS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING OUT THE VOTE WHILE TONIGHT REV. SHARPTON WILL PARTICIPATE IN A SPECIAL CONFERENCE CALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN LEADERS
WHO: President Barack Obama, President of the United States and Reverend Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network
WHEN: Tuesday, October 26, 20103:00 pm. hour EST President Obama will have a 10 minute dialogue with Rev. Sharpton about getting out the vote and the importance of turnout
WHERE:www.sharptontalk.net OR watch the live stream at www.nationalactionnetwork.net
7:30 PM Eastern TimePresident Barack Obama, Democratic Party Chairman Tim Kaine, and African-American leaders including Rev. Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King, III, Rev. Joseph Lowery, Bishop Vashti McKenzie, Donna Brazile, and Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus will conference to discuss the Midterms and getting out the vote
Also please find stations listings for the radio interview between Rev. Al Sharpton and President Barack Obama listed HERE:
Background: Rev. Al Sharpton will conduct the interview with President Barack Obama as he and National Action Network continue their national coast-to-coast nonpartisan voter education tour to get out the vote in the final stretch before the Midterm elections. Rev. Al Sharpton kicked of the tour recently with get out the vote events in Los Angeles, California, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Miami, and Jacksonville Florida and spent this past weekend in Ohio and Florida where he spoke at churches, GOTV rallies, union events, and visit targeted early vote polling locations to increase voter turnout in targeted precincts in the African American community. Rev. Al Sharpton has also doing GOTV in Virginia and Massachusetts. Rev. Sharpton has been urging people to get out the vote while impressing upon the community that just because Blacks got the vote out in 2008 does not assure victory this November. Once was not enough to protect African-American interests.