There are a few yearly events in DC that capture the attention of the general public and the political insiders inside the beltway; one such barn burner is the State of the Union address, kind of like a Superbowl for DC. A lucky few sit in the Capitol to hear the speech live, another few will hang out at the White House for a #SOTUSocial. The slick political stratosphere associated with the Hill and the White House may tuck themselves into various establishments to watch and comment on the President's speech (and the rebuttal of the party out of power) after prepping their bosses is over (and they even make games out of it...), but most Americans watch from home. There are various ways to enjoy these events... from the comfort of your own home, over a cup of tea. Let's check out the best of the web experience. (Special shout out to my friends who meet Sunday nights @ 9pm on Twitter to have a #hsgovchat.)
Before the SOTU
During and After the SOTU
Needless to say, there is a lot of great information out there to help you with this awesome day. See you all online at 9 pm on Tuesday!
Photo via Flickr/Ted Eytan