Obama to Visit Utah

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President Obama waves as the press announces his first visit to Utah since his inauguration.

President Obama waves as the press announces his first visit to Utah since his inauguration.

President Barack Obama will be coming to Utah this Friday to attend an event on the economy at Hill Air Force Base, near Ogden.
Officials released the following statement on Monday: “On Thursday, April 2, the President will travel to Louisville, Kentucky for an event on the economy. On Friday, April 3, the President will visit Hill Air Force Base in Utah for an event on the economy. Further details about the President’s travel to Kentucky and Utah will be available in the coming days.”
Following his visit to Utah, President Obama will have visited 49 of the 50 states – all except South Dakota. This will be his first time back in Utah since he was running for president in 2007, where he held a campaign rally in Park City. Obama’s visit will be the first to Utah by a sitting president since George W. Bush came in 2006.
Salt Lake City mayor Ralph Becker, who invited Obama to the state, couldn’t share details, but told the Salt Lake Tribune that “We have so much to share with him about the great things we’re doing in Salt Lake City and the state.”
According to ksl.com, Utah Democratic Party Chairman Peter Corroon said, “He saved the best for one of the last visits. We’re excited to have him come.” More details on Obama’s visit to Utah will come in the subsequent days.

Audrey Barton is a 21 year old freshman here at Snow College. She was born in Mesa, Arizona, then moved to Manti, Utah when she was 8. She graduated from Manti High School in 2012. She served an LDS mission in Houston, Texas. She likes to read, write, and dance when she has spare time.

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