First-time volunteers at every turn, experienced Primary hands working for change we can believe in
MANCHESTER, NH—Senator Barack Obama’s New Hampshire campaign today posted a new web video showcasing its momentum and organizational strength leading into the final stretch of the New Hampshire Primary campaign. The video is available HERE.
After ten months of building a statewide grassroots organization in the Granite State, the Obama campaign is launching an unprecedented final push leading up to Election Day. At each of our 16 offices around the state, volunteers are making phone calls, knocking on doors, delivering signs to new supporters, and preparing for Senator Obama’s final visit to the state.
Click HERE toview the video.
Recently, NH.BarackObama.com also completed a “Granite State Office Tour” of all 16 field offices. At each stop we found volunteers of all ages and backgrounds—ranging from a middle school student in Concord to a 27-year navy veteran in Claremont to a Littleton couple who lost their son in Iraq—manyof whom have been inspired to get involved in a political campaign for the first time. You can view a round-up of the tour HERE.