From the Obama Camp

I just got this email from them.

I am writing to let you know that we opened up a field office for Senator Obama’s campaign for President in Macon, Georgia. We’ll be basing all our activities for Bibb and the surrounding counties out of this office, so stop on by at any time, the location and hours are below. The excitement is high for Senator Obama here in Georgia and we need to keep the momentum going into the Primary on February 5th. We need to reach out to as many people as possible and bring them into the process and in support of Senator Obama. He needs your help to build this grassroots network over the next 20 days. Some things Senator Obama needs your help with:

Georgia Canvass Kick-off – Macon
Saturday, January 19th – 9:30am
Macon Obama HQ – 1680 Broadway, Macon, GA
Join other local Obama supporters as we go door-to-door to spread Barack’s message of unity and change throughout Macon. We’ll do a short training then go out in pairs, so come even if you’ve never canvassed before! If we get enough people we can really create a buzz here in Macon about Barack overnight!

Phonebank for Barack
Monday-Friday 4:00pm-8:30pm
Macon Obama HQ – 1680 Broadway, Macon, GA
Come make some calls to Democratic voters encouraging them to support Senator Obama and to vote on February 5th. These are very easy and a great way to help! Bring your cellphone if you have extra minutes.

Women for Obama
We are putting together a big list of women who are publicly supporting Senator Obama in Georgia. If you would like to be on this list, simply reply to this e-mail with your name, town and phone number and stand up for change!

More events and ways to help will be announced shortly, stay tuned to georgia.barackobama.com for more info and stop in or contact our office at any time:

MACON OBAMA HQ
1680 Broadway
Macon, GA 31201
603-812-5567
Monday-Friday: 8:00am-9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-7:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm-8:00pm

7 comments

  1. Saturday 1/19/08

    Barrack Obama, welcome to Macon.

    Please take a moment to meet our Insurance Commissioner, John Oxendine.

    2007 Campaign Contributions to Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine: Total: $ $650,537.00

    July 1, 2007 thru December 31, 2007
    Contributions: $ 443,237.00

    http://www.ethics.ga.gov/Reports/Campaign/Campaign_ByContributions_RFR.aspx?FilerID=C2006000290&CDRID=11795

    January 1, 2007 thru June 30, 2007
    Contributions: $ 207,300.00

    http://www.ethics.ga.gov/Reports/Campaign/Campaign_ByContributions_RFR.aspx?FilerID=C2006000290&CDRID=9712

    Whoever solves this riddle gets my vote, regardless of what side of the aisle they are on gets my vote.

  2. Trevor Southerland says:

    The office in Atlanta has been open for a while, and an office also opens Monday in Athens.

  3. GodHatesTrash says:

    Oxendine is a bible-thumping conman, teats on a boar hog.

    What kind of moronic trash elects this kind of trash?

  4. tedsimmons says:

    Democrat or Republican, you gotta love Sen. Obama. His Democratic opponents are having a spitfit over this quote, lifted from yahoo news. He’s merely stating the obvious, and his willingness to say it is one of the reason he got my vote long ago:

    Obama told the Reno Gazette-Journal editorial board Monday that “Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not. He put us on a fundamentally different path because the country was ready for it,” Obama said.

    “I think it’s fair to say that the Republicans were the party of ideas for a pretty long chunk of time there over the last 10 to 15 years in the sense that they were challenging conventional wisdom,” Obama told the newspaper.

    On Friday in Las Vegas, Clinton responded, “That’s not the way I remember the last ten to fifteen years.” She said she didn’t consider it a better idea to privatize Social Security, eliminate the minimum wage, undercut health benefits, shut down the government or drive the country into debt. “I think we know what needs to be done in America. And I think we’re ready to do it. I’m ready to lead on day one.”

    == In the same article, John Edwards was quoted as deriding Reagan for busting unions, gutting environmental laws etc.

  5. gatormathis says:

    On Friday in Las Vegas, Clinton responded, “That’s not the way I remember the last ten to fifteen years.”

    ……mmmmmmmm………I guess this is still the “Hillary” side of the Clintons who has such bad recollection of events, on a “as need to” basis…..

    They couldn’t remember where the papers were, what happened to Vince Foster or anything, but could remember enough to satisfy the book deal.

    wow

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