Obama Wisconsin Speech Video, Town Hall Meeting in Racine 6-30-10

U.S. President Barack Obama makes his opening remarks during a town hall meeting inside the gymnasium at Nashua High School North in Nashua, New Hampshire on February 2, 2010. UPI/Matthew Healey

Here is the Obama Wisconsin speech video from the Weds. June 30, 2010 town hall meeting in Racine. President Barack Obama delivers an address and answers audience questions at Racine Memorial Hall. Speech time is approx. 2:15 p.m. ET (1:15 p.m. CT); watch live stream video here. Thereafter check back for the full video and transcript text.

UPDATE: Full video and transcript are below.

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Or click here to watch the complete Obama Speech and Town Hall Meeting on CSPAN.

Click here to read the transcript text.

Previously….

Link Live web-feed video. The event can also be seen on CNN Live or via the White House iPhone app, a free download. Audio only is at WhiteHouse.gov There is also local TV coverage on Channel 3 WFRV and Channel 13 Rockford, IL and live stream at WREX.com

The President’s appearance in the Wisconsin city, which is approximately 30 miles south of Milwaukee, is part of the the Recovery Summer campaign, which is intended to highlight job creation which is a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, commonly known as the federal stimulus package. According to TheJournalTimes.com, Racine’s unemployment rate is 14.2 percent, the second highest in Wisconsin. Source and more details on the visit as well as the city’s economic circumstances here: President Obama, here are a few economic issues in Racine

Today’s complete itinerary is here: President Obama official schedule and guidance, June 30, 2010.

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  1. Daniel July 1, 2010

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