First 100 Days: A Look at President Obama By the Numbers

Obama 100 Days ? By the Numbers

A look at the numbers behind the first 100 days of President Barack Obama's presidency.

Inaugural Oaths Taken: 2

January 20, 2009 | January 21, 2009

States Visited: 10

Virginia | Illinois | Indiana | California | Arizona | Colorado | Iowa | North Carolina | Florida | Ohio

Countries Visited: 9

Canada | Britain | France | Germany | Czech Republic | Turkey | Iraq | Mexico |Trinidad and Tobago

Foreign Leaders at the White House: 7

Japanese PM Taro Aso | British PM Gordon Brown | U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon | Irish PM Brian Cowen | Australian PM Brian Rudd | NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer | King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan

Major Legislation Signed: 7

Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act | American Recovery and Reinvestment Act | Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act | Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Act | Omnibus Appropriations Act | Children's Health Insurance Reauthorization Act | Omnibus Public Lands Management Act

Executive Orders: 19

Cabinet Positions Unfilled: 1

Health and Human Services Secretary

Formal White House Press Conferences: 2

Feb. 9, 2009 | March 29, 2009

Total Reporters Called On: 26

Town Hall Meetings: 6

Online Town Hall Meetings: 1

March 25, 2009

Cabinet Meetings: 1

April 20, 2009

Actors in the Administration: 1

Kal Penn

Basketball Games Attended: 1

Washington Wizards Vs. Chicago Bulls

Baseball Games Attended: 0

Football Teams at the White House: 2

Navy | Florida

Basketball Teams at the White House: 2

Chicago Bulls | University of Connecticut Women's Team

Baseball Teams at the White House: 1

Chicago White Sox

Portuguese Water Dogs Procured: 1

Bo Obama

Golf Outings: 1

Weekends at Camp David: 3

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