Archive | July, 2012

Obama for America Rolls Out a New Smartphone App

It’s hard to believe, but Election Day is now less than 100 days away, and it’s going to take every single person to make a difference in this election. It could come down to just a few votes in a single state—and even one conversation could make the difference. To help you build support in […]

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Breaking: A Step Forward for Marriage Equality

Barney Frank just delivered some big news via email: Marriage equality is one step closer to being a part of our platform for the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Spread the word—and add your name to say that you support the right for all Americans to marry the person they love. This is historic. Friend – […]

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Kathleen Sebelius: Giving Women Control Over Their Health Care

Women deserve to have control over their health care. Aug. 1, 2012, ushers in a new day for women’s health when, for the first time ever, women will have access to eight new services at no out-of-pocket cost to keep them healthier and to catch potentially serious conditions at an earlier, more treatable stage. This benefit will take […]

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First Lady Michelle Obama Leads Presidential Delegation to the Olympics

First Lady Michelle Obama was in the stands on Saturday as Team USA scored its first gold medal in the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In her unofficial capacity as First Fan, Mrs. Obama had the chance to cheer on swimmer Ryan Lochte as he won the men’s 400 meter individual medley. Yesterday, the First […]

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Five Ways Obamacare Strengthens Medicare

Forty-seven years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare into law—a law that now provides life-saving health care for nearly 50 million seniors and people with disabilities. In 2010, President Obama signed the health care reform law to strengthen Medicare coverage and ensure the program remains strong for future generations. Here are five ways Obamacare […]

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Happy Birthday, Medicare

On this date, forty-seven years ago, July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Social Security Act Amendments, popularly known as the Medicare bill. It established Medicare, a health insurance program for the elderly, and Medicaid, a health insurance program for the poor. Former President Truman participated in the signing ceremony with President […]

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New Mexico Veterans Speak About Martin Heinrich’s Commitment to Supporting Military Families, Honoring Service

Martin Heinrich’s campaign for U.S. Senate released a new television ad titled “Country.” The ad features Marvin Trujillo, a third generation U.S. Marine veteran, and Suzanna Ausborn, a U.S. Air Force veteran whose husband was killed in Afghanistan, speaking about Heinrich’s commitment to veterans and military families in New Mexico. “I know that military families […]

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100

There are 100 days left until Election Day—how will you spend them? Watch and share today’s video.

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Phillip Archuleta Hosts a Successful Campaign Rally for District 36

Phillip A. Archuleta the Democratic State Representative nominee for New Mexico District 36 ramped up toward the fall campaign at a successful rally and fundraiser held at Beverly Hills Hall in Las Cruces on Sunday. Promising to stand up for quality education and labor rights, Archuleta promised to continue to reach out to all in […]

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Weekly Address: The House of Representatives Must Act on Middle Class Tax Cut Extension

President Obama urges Republicans in the House of Representatives to act on his proposal to protect middle class families and small businesses from being hit with a big tax hike next year.

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