WiredPRNews.com– Democratic presidential hopeful, Barack Obama, is set to discuss his plans for the economy in a half-hour television program, as reported by the McClatchy Washington Bureau. The infomercial will air on Wednesday, marking the 79th anniversary of the 1929 stock market crash, according to the report.
WiredPRNews.com – A spokesman for Obama’s campaign indicated that the TV showcase would help reach a broad base of individuals who wish to understand how the candidate will facilitate positive change for the economy before casting their ballot. Viewers can see the program at 8:00 EDT on Fox, MSNBC, BET, TV One, Univision, CBS, and NBC. It will also air at other times in accordance with various time zone schedules.
Senator Obama spoke at a rally in Pennsylvania on Tuesday in the rain, remarking to the crowd that he appreciated their willingness to show their support despite the unfavorable weather. He then asked them to showcase the same dedication in exercising their right to vote, and showing up at the polls.
Republican candidate, Senator John McCain, spoke Tuesday in Pennsylvania as well. McCain canceled a second planned appearance due to the weather.