President Barack Obama gets fired up at a rally in Leesburg, Va., on Aug. 2, 2012. (Photo by: KJ Mushung)


WOODBRIDGE, Va. — President Barack Obama will come to Woodbridge this Friday to speak at a grassroots rally at the G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium.

The president has visited Virginia many times already this election season as it’s considered one of three key battleground states for the presidency. The other two are Florida and Ohio.

His wife, Michelle Obama, spoke at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg just last Thursday.

According to his campaign, Obama will lay out what’s at stake for middle-class families with a plan to restore middle-class security by paying down debt in a balanced way that ensures everyone pays their fair share and still invests in the things needed to create jobs and grow the economy over the long term. He is slated to appear at 12:45 p.m.

Pfitzner Stadium is located at 7 County Complex Court in Woodbridge.

To see the president, sign up for free tickets online at: OFA.BO/wbBo

Tickets are distributed at these locations:


G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium

7 County Complex Court

Woodbridge, VA 22192


OFA Field Office – Woodbridge

2243 Old Bridge Road, Unit # C

Woodbridge, VA 22192


OFA Field Office – Manassas

9411 Main Street, Suite # 101

Manassas, VA 20110

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2 Responses to “Obama to Speak in Woodbridge” (Leave a Comment)

  1. 12:45 pm? Right when all county employees and other working people should be hard at work…..helping our economy.

    • yanina says:

      Friday is the end of the week and easier to take a day off..not on Wed and Thursdays….but whatever..if you want to go and support you will figure it out

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