Senator Barack Obama wraps up his multi-country tour public appearances with Senators Reed and Hagel today in Berlin, where he will be giving an evening speech open to the public following meetings with German government officials.
Thursday, July 24
Siegesäule (Victory Column), entrance via the Brandenburg Gate ONLY
Entry begins at 4 p.m., speech begins at 7 p.m.
No bags or banners allowed. Expect security checks (and delays) similar to airport security at the entrance.
Large screens with live feed have been set up along Strasse des 17. Juni should crowds prevent listeners from getting close to the stage.
I’ll be there registering Americans abroad to vote. If you’ve never registered or have not yet requested your absentee ballot, do stop by today and we’ll get you set up for November. (If you’re an American abroad somewhere other than Berlin, please go to the website Vote from Abroad to get your registration in order.)