President Barack Obama will deliver his final State of the Union address on Tuesday, joined by dozens of guests ranging from a Syrian refugee to a co-founder of Black Lives Matter. A seat will also be left empty to commemorate victims of gun violence.
Many other special guests will be scattered among the crowd, some reflective of the contentious political victories the president has earned. Embattled Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed after refusing to issue gay couples marriage licenses, is slated to attend, as are nuns vehemently opposed to the Affordable Care Act.
Take a look at some of the invitees, and tune in live to the State of the Union at 9 p.m. ET.
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