Hundreds of thousands of new supporters have joined our movement for change in the past few weeks, and we want to make sure everyone knows about all the opportunities to get involved in your community and online.
Check out the resources below — learn how you can connect with fellow supporters, organize in your neighborhood, build our national grassroots organization, and stay in touch with the very latest campaign news.
Explore these resources yourself and forward this message to anyone you know who wants to get involved.
Here are a few ways you can learn more, get the latest news, and share information with friends:
Watch a brief video and learn about Barack’s early years, his education, his work as a community organizer and civil rights attorney, and his years in the Illinois and U.S. Senate. This is a great introduction to share with your friends: http://my.barackobama.com/meetBarack
OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN BLOG
Catch up on the latest news, photos, and videos from the campaign trail and share your thoughts on our official campaign blog: http://my.barackobama.com/blog
Learn more about Barack’s positions on a variety of issues, from his opposition to the war in Iraq to his plan for universal health care: http://my.barackobama.com/issues
FACTCHECK ACTION CENTER
Barack Obama stands for a new kind of politics — without the smear tactics that we’re all fed up with. You can help push back against negative attacks and distortions right now by telling people about Barack and his background. The truth is only as strong as your voice: http://my.barackobama.com/factcheckaction
Watch a few of the more than 500 videos from the campaign trail on our YouTube channel: http://my.barackobama.com/youtubechannel
Our movement is ready to go wherever you are. Text HOPE to 62262 (OBAMA) to receive text updates on your mobile phone and advance notice about local Obama events: http://my.barackobama.com/mobile
Barack Obama got his start as a community organizer on the South Side of Chicago, and since he declared his candidacy in 2007, a nationwide network of supporters have taken this campaign into their own hands, organizing online and their local communities.
Here are some ways to get involved:
LOCAL GROUPS AND EVENTS
My.BarackObama is an organizing tool that empowers you to take this campaign into your own hands. Connect with other supporters in your area and find out about local events, or create your own organizing group and schedule your own events: http://my.barackobama.com
SPREAD THE WORD
Introduce your friends, family, neighbors, or coworkers to Barack Obama. Let them know why you support Barack and encourage them to join our movement for change: http://my.barackobama.com/invite
There are more than 40,000 supporter created blogs on My.BarackObama where they chronicle their campaign experience and interact with other supporters. Find one for your community or launch your own today: http://my.barackobama.com
Supporters like you have put us within reach of making 1,000,000 phone calls to registered voters by March 4th. Use our online phonebanking tool to reach out to voters in crucial states from the comfort of your home: http://my.barackobama.com/call
POSTERS, FLYERS, AND ORGANIZING RESOURCES
Print your own posters, flyers, fact sheets, supporter cards, and dozens of other resources from our online resource library: http://my.barackobama.com/resources
Women for Obama and People of Faith for Obama are just two of the many communities large and small supporting Barack Obama. Explore a few of them here: http://www.barackobama.com/people
Barack Obama does not accept donations from Washington lobbyists or special interest groups. Instead, we depend on a network of grassroots supporters giving whatever they can afford.
PERSONAL FUNDRAISING PAGE
Take the fundraising process into your own hands. Help support the campaign by reaching out to people you know and asking them to give through your personal fundraising page: http://my.barackobama.com/outreach
MATCH SOMEONE’S DONATION
This campaign has always been about reaching as many people as possible and bringing them into the political process. When you make a matching donation you’ll learn the name and hometown of the person whose gift you match, and even exchange a note with them through our unique system: https://donate.barackobama.com/match
Let everyone in your community know that you support Barack. All purchases through our online store go to support our campaign and are considered political donations. Show your support in style: http://store.barackobama.com
The Democratic primary process is in full swing, and a strong grassroots network will be crucial to our success.
Take a moment to visit www.BarackObama.com and get involved today.
Obama for America