Today’s UpTake: Obama Aplenty, And Carlson Gives A Hoot For Horner By Jacob Wheeler | September 14, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Today's UpTake Subscribe to Today's UpTake Barack Obama has been called America’s first president to master the digital media, so the amount of live videos of the President that his White House unveils every day should come as no surprise. You can watch most of them here on The UpTake. Today at noon the President delivers his “back to school” address for the nation’s book-toting youth. Catch yesterday’s videos of Obama recognizing NCAA champion student athletes at the White House; his discussion on economics at a backyard town hall meeting in Fairfax, Virginia, and his words at a reception for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The big news in Minnesota politics yesterday was former Governor Arne Carlson’s sunny endorsement of Independent party gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner. Both are consider moderates who, until recently, considered the Republican party home. The endorsement could give Horner a major boost in the polls, where the Independent is trailing GOP candidate Tom Emmer and DFL’er Mark Dayton. Speaking of which, catch the replay of Dayton’s appearance yesterday at a candidate forum sponsored by the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was in Minneapolis last night stumping for Emmer. Former President Bill Clinton will appear in town tonight for Dayton. Access is largely closed to the media, but we’ll keep you posted on what we learn. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.