Obama sells jobs plan in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley

President Barack Obama is on the road selling his jobs plan and his re-election hope to plugged-in networkers in Silicon Valley and about the country.

He was to appear Monday at a town hall-style event hosted by the career-focused social networking site LinkedIn to pitch his nearly $450 billion jobs proposal as he travels from end to end California scooping up campaign cash.

The town hall, the White House's latest effort to meld old-school campaigning with new media capabilities, will allow Obama to take questions from LinkedIn users online as well as a live spectators at the Computer History Museum close to the company's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.

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