President Obama on Air Force One / Carolyn Kaster, AP
President Obama will hit the road after Tuesday night's State of the Union speech, selling his ideas during two days of stops in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Tennessee.
Obama's first followup to his annual address to Congress comes Wednesday morning in Prince George's County, Md., just across the Washington, D.C., line.
The president then travels to the Pittsburgh area for a midafternoon speech before flying on to Milwaukee, where he is scheduled to spend Wednesday night.
The Milwaukee speech is scheduled for Thursday morning, following by another flight and speech in Nashville.
Obama is scheduled to return to the White House Thursday evening.
In addition, Obama is scheduled to take a virtual national tour on Friday, when he takes questions from Internet users across the country during a Google+ Hangout.
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