Celebrate four more years of President Obama this holiday season with a Limited-Edition Victory Magnet. The Commemorative Magnet, which is made in the U.S.A., is on sale at Obama for America Campaign Store for $15, and will only be available for purchase through Friday, November 30.
Additional campaign items from the historic 2012 re-election campaign are also on sale at the Obama for America Campaign Store, for those who want to add to their collections, or show their pride between now and the January inauguration.
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 your neighborhood, there’s a new Obama for America smartphone app out today. The app, available for iPhone today, and soon also for Android, will make it even easier to connect with the campaign and pitch in wherever you are. This campaign’s strength has always come from the millions of grassroots supporters who are organizing their communities, and the new Obama app puts the latest organizing tools right at your fingertips.
With the new app, you can easily find local volunteer events near you, get a list of voters to talk to in your neighborhood, and access all the information you need to spread the word: from President Obama’s record to state-specific voting info. You can also stay up to date with breaking news, which you can instantly share with friends and family using Facebook, Twitter, email, and text messaging.
This app isn’t about being flashy—it’s about giving you the tools you need to make the biggest possible difference between now and Election Day.
To learn more about the app’s innovative features and to download it for free, visit barackobama.com/app.
Southern New Mexico Democratic candidates and members of the Democratic Party of Doña Ana County, Obama for America-Las Cruces, and the Democratic Women of Doña Ana County teamed up on Saturday for Southern New Mexico Pride, the annual LGBT community festival held at Pioneer Women’s Park in Las Cruces.
Democratic elected officials on hand to greet voters at the Festival were State Representative Joseph Cervantes, who is seeking the State Senate seat in District 31, and County Commissioner Billy Garrett. They were joined by Evelyn Madrid Erhard, the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 2nd District, District Attorney candidate Mark D’Antonio, State Senate candidate Bill Soules, State Representative candidates Phillip Archuleta, Bill McCamley, and Jeff Steinborn, and District Judge candidates Marci Beyer, Darren Kugler, and Mary Rosner.
In addition to participating in the parade and festival and meeting area residents, Doña Ana County’s Democrats registered new voters and talked issues with constituents. Southern New Mexico Pride Festival is held annually in Las Cruces during LGBT Pride Month.
Obama for America Campaign Manager Jim Messina has an update on where President Obama’s campaign stands, including a special message for all the grassroots volunteers and a reminder that Election Day is “the only poll that really matters.” Watch the video, then sign up to be a part of it all.
A large crowd of over two hundred came out to the opening of the Obama for America – Las Cruces campaign office on Sunday afternoon. Democratic National Committee Woman Mary Gail Gwaltney cuts the ribbon (above). She is joined by Doña Ana County Democratic Chair Christy French and Democratic Party of New Mexico State Chair Javier Gonzales. The office is located at 151 S. Solano Ave. in Las Cruces.
Obama for America campaign manager Jim Messina sent an email this morning with big news: 982,967 people have donated to the President’s campaign—and between the DNC and Obama for America, we’ve raised more than $70 million just in the past fundraising quarter.
That’s a big deal. It will go a long way toward fighting the special-interest money that the Republicans are amassing to take down not only the President’s re-election chances but also the reforms and economic recovery we’ve worked so hard to put in place.
Messina shared the facts and figures they’ll be reporting to the FEC:
In the third fundraising quarter of this year, 606,027 people donated to this campaign—even more than gave in the record-breaking previous quarter.
Those people gave more than 766,000 total donations—98 percent of them $250 or less, at an average amount of $56. That’s more than twice as many donations than we had at this point in the historic 2008 campaign.
We are focused on building infrastructure that will help us win in 2012. And each quarter we set a combined goal for the campaign and our allies at the Democratic National Committee. We far exceeded our goal of $55 million this quarter between the two organizations.
Together, Obama for America and the DNC raised more than $70 million. And it all happened during a summer when the President was focused on doing the job he was elected to do—a summer when we had to cancel a series of fundraising events and ask everyone to dig a little deeper.
He wrote, “If I could sum up this last quarter in a few words: Supporters like you came through.”
President Obama has a message to supporters as we close in on the milestone of 1 million donors taking ownership of this campaign. Take a minute to watch the video and then pitch in to help grow this movement.
Yours could be our millionth story, and you could even receive a phone call from the President. Watch and share the video and join the campaign.