Gov. Dayton to deliver State of the State Address on Thursday night

Source: Office of Governor Mark Dayton and Lt. Governor Tina Smith

Tomorrow night (Thursday, April 9), Governor Mark Dayton will deliver his annual State of the State Address to a joint session of the Minnesota Legislature, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Chamber of the Minnesota House of Representatives.

Minnesotans can tune into Governor Dayton’s Twitter page on the night of the speech to view a special livestream of the Governor’s State of the State Address. Those wishing to view the stream on their mobile device can download the Periscope application. Minnesotans will also be able to watch this stream from their computers with no special software needed.

Minnesotans can also watch or listen to Governor Dayton’s State of the State Address on the following outlets:

  • House Public Information Services: House Public Information Services will be live-streaming video of the Governor’s remarks online at this link. After the speech, video of Governor Dayton’s remarks will be posted online here.
  • PBS Stations: The Governor’s remarks will be broadcast live on PBS television stations statewide on the Minnesota Channel.
  • MPR Stations: Minnesota Public Radio will broadcast the Governor’s remarks live on affiliated radio stations statewide. The speech will also be re-broadcast at noon on Friday, April 10, 2015.
  • WCCO TV: WCCO will be live-streaming video of the Governor’s remarks on their website at this link.
  • WCCO Radio: The Governor’s remarks will be broadcast live on WCCO Radio AM830 and on their website.
  • StarTribune.com: The Star Tribune will be live-streaming video of the Governor’s remarks on their website.

Minnesotans can also follow the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #MnSOTS

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