We The People spoke at the election box and together we made history and took back our country, setting in motion “Change We Can Believe In.” But our work is not done yet and President Barack Obama needs us all to do our part in helping to reshape this country. By continuing to stay active in Clarksville For Obama you will help insure that the power remains in the hands of the people.
Clarksville for Obama will meet on Saturday, December 13, from 5-7 p.m. at G’s Pancake House Restaurant, 803 South Riverside Dr., in Clarksville.
While President Obama and the key members of his White House economic team help him tackle serious challenges and bring the change we need to Washington, we must tackle the problems that challenge our community and bring change to Clarksville.Now is the time to put aside partisanship and politics, find common ground, and work together. Please invite those who might not have been involved in the campaign, even those who might have supported our opponent. The challenges we face demand we be as inclusive as possible. It’ll take the whole country working together to get our country back on track. Your continued involvement is crucial to the future of this movement.
As Barack said on Election Night, “This victory alone is not the change we seek — it is only the chance for us to make that change.” The grassroots organization you built to win the election will continue to set our country on a new path.
No RSVP required to attend. Join our eGroup to receive all Presidential news, information and updates at: http://my.barackobama.com/page/group/ClarksvilleforObama. The grassroots organization you built to win the election will continue to set our country on a new path.