On Tuesday, President Obama will deliver his fifth State of the Union Address.
With the midterm elections approaching -- elections in which we could lose the Senate and thus much of the president's power to block the Republican agenda in Congress -- this speech will lay the groundwork for what could be our last best chance to win progressive change during his presidency.
Despite the Republican obstructionism, there's a lot the president can accomplish by issuing executive orders and prioritizing his administration's agenda in the Senate. Help build pressure on the president to take action on these issues by clicking the links below:
As progressives, we had high hopes for President Obama's presidency. And time is running out for him to deliver on his campaign promises. Starting with these ten things that are in the president's power to do. It's what we're hoping to hear, what you should be listening for, and how we'll be gauging the success of his speech on Tuesday night.
Regardless of what the president says, we look forward to continuing to stand with you in the coming fights for progressive change.
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