Monday, February 15, 2010

Obama: "5 million hours?"

"Dear Arnaldo:

Our records show that you live in California's 30th Congressional District.

In just the last 3 days, OFA volunteers like you have pledged an incredible 4,000,000 (and counting!) hours to support members of Congress and candidates who fight for real health reform.

We can prove to Congress that health reform is good policy and good politics, but we need to go as big as possible. So today we're setting a new goal: 5 million hours pledged.

If we hit it, the country will know. We'll be running an ad with the final tally in USA Today, the nation's largest newspaper. And to make sure your voice is heard where it matters most, we'll run radio ads in critical states and districts, featuring local voters announcing the pledge total from their area.

Your hours will make a huge difference wherever you live, and there's many different ways to get involved. Can you help us hit 5 million hours by pledging today?

Beginning soon, we'll talk to voters state-by-state, district-by-district, about why it's important to stand with those who fight for progress and reform -- and reject those who stand with big insurers to protect a status quo that is devastating our economy, families, and businesses.

Thanks for making it happen,

Mitch Stewart
Director - Organizing for America"

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