CNN is letting YOU grade President Barack Obama.
Watch The CNN National Report Card: First 100 Days on Wednesday, April 29 (8pm ET) and let your voice be heard. Led by anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, John King and Soledad O’Brien, the show will gauge the public’s opinion on how President Obama and other elected officials have handled their first 100 days in office, as well as how the country is progressing on significant issues.
Throughout the evening, CNN will open up voting on a variety of important topics letting real viewers voice their real thoughts and criticisms. Viewers will be able to share their opinion on CNN.com, with the results appearing immediately online and on television. In addition to real-time grading on CNN.com, the “First 100 Days” special report will allow users to watch video and weigh in on stories about the Obama administration in its first 100 days at http://www.CNN.com/First100Days. The special report will feature an issues tracker that examines action on topics such as the economy and health care, a photo gallery from the first 100 days and a quiz, testing readers’ knowledge of 100-day events.
Tune into The CNN National Report Card: First 100 Days on Wednesday, April 29th (8pm ET) on CNN. Let your voice be heard.