MANCHESTER ,NH—The Obama campaign continues its unrivaled grassroots organizational effort as the NewHampshire primary draws near. Here’s a look at the past few days by the numbers:
On Sunday, the campaign passed more than 80,000 postcards mailed to New Hampshire voters since October.
Supporters have written more than 16,000 postcards to undeclared voters in the last two weeks.
On Monday more than 1,000 undeclared NewHampshire announced their support of Obama citing his track record of putting results ahead of partisan politics.
And supporters have hosted 6 house parties in Bow, Candia, Conway, Manchester, Merrimack, and Rochester.
On Tuesday in Bow, more than 30 voters learned from Franklin Pierce Law Dean and former Navy Judge Advocate General John Hutson about Senator Obama’s judgment to lead American foreign policy.
In Bedford and Manchester,more than 40 women heard from Betsy Myers, COO of Obama for America and former Senior Official in the Clinton Administration, about how Barack will bring about meaningful change and improve women’s lives.
Here’s some what’s going on in the upcoming week:
Hearing from Fellow Granite Staters
Voters continue to hear from prominent New Hampshire supporters about where Obama stands on the issues, why he is the best candidate to effect real change, and how to get involved with the campaign.
- Supporters in Manchester, Claremont, Bartlett, Center Barnstead,Wilton, Hudson, Greenfield, Pelham and Manchester will hold house parties to discuss Obama’s policies on issues that matter to them.
- On Saturday, in Franklin, members of the New Hampshire LGBT community will gather to learn about the work Obama has done in this community and how to get involved in his campaign.
- This weekend, Obama supporters from surrounding states will join Granite Staters to participate in a Weekend for Change canvass in 10 cities and towns across the state.
- The campaign gears up for the Primary with 4 Organizational Summit Meetings led by senior staff and members of the New Hampshire Steering Committee.
- And this week the campaign will open its 16th field office. More details to come.
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