Play Bingo with AAUW as You Follow Obama’s Final State of the Union!January 05, 2016
Host a State of the Union Bingo Watch Party
Who: You and your fellow AAUW members and friends
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Time: 9 p.m. ET
How: Print multiple copies of each, play and tweet along to win.
Use #AAUWSOTU and #SOTU and follow @AAUW and @AAUWPolicy
As President Barack Obama’s presidency enters its final year, he still has a lot of things to check off his list before he vacates the White House. One of those things is the ever-important State of the Union address, where Obama gets one last chance to lay out his agenda and list his accomplishments to Congress and the American public. Every year we tune in to hear what the president promises to do to move women’s issues forward and we will be especially interested to see what he proposes as he works to establish his legacy. This year, the speech is set for January 12, at 9 p.m. ET, and we ask you to help us follow along through a friendly (or not-so-friendly!) game of bingo.
We’ve created bingo cards with some of the key words women and girls want to hear from Obama in his final year as president. Simply print out a card, grab your favorite marker, and you’re ready to play. Heighten the fun by organizing a watch party with your local AAUW branch or get together with your chapter of the Younger Women’s Task Force! Snacks are optional but highly encouraged.
Because you’re doing such important work to remind the president of our issues and our voices — and because it’s always more fun to play with friends, wherever they may be — tweet your progress and a picture of your winning card with #AAUWSOTU and #SOTU. We’ll be watching and even awarding some prizes!
Thanks for playing! See you next year.
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