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Vote today

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Today is Election Day.  Polls are open across the country, and people are already making their voices heard for change.

Now it's your turn.  Get out today and VOTE.  You don't want to be the only one of your friends who didn't vote in this pivotal election.

Find or confirm your polling location now:

http://www.voteforchange.com

Bring friends with you to the polls.  Make sure everyone you know votes for Barack Obama and Joe... (continue reading)

What Barack needs from us

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It's hard to believe, but Election Day is just four days away.

And in the crucial battleground states surrounding Illinois, we need as much help as you can give for the final days before Election Day, November 4th.

People are hungry for change, and this campaign has brought thousands of individuals into the political process to make a break with the failed policies and politics of the past.

Here in Illinois, we've already given so much to this... (continue reading)

Last Day to Early Vote

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Illinois For Obama,

Early voting is fast, easy, and it could make the difference in this election. Show your friends and family that you've made up your mind and you're ready for change now.

Take the first step today.

Request your Absentee Ballot, or find your early voting location.

Early voting is simple, safe, and convenient. It's also a vital part of our strategy.

The more supporters who make their voices heard now, the more energy... (continue reading)

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Meet Barack



I was fortunate to be able to grow up seeing America from varied viewpoints. My childhood was spent in Hawaii and Indonesia. After college I worked as a community organizer on the South side of Chicago focusing on improving living conditions in poor neighborhoods.

I came to understand that to truly solve the problems facing our communities, it would take a change in our laws and our politics. I ran and served for seven years in the Illinois state Senate, where I fought for expanding children's health care, providing tax cuts for the working poor and enacting welfare reform. In 2004, I was elected to the U.S. Senate, where I have worked to pass laws securing dangerous weapons and making government more accountable. I have also opposed the Iraq war from the start, and believe that we need to bring our troops home so we can refocus on the wider struggle against terrorism.

Of all my life experiences, I am most proud of my wife Michelle and my daughters Malia and Sasha.


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Strengthening America

Improving Our Schools

Creating a Health Care System that Works

Fighting Poverty

Plan to End the Iraq War

Strengthening Families and Communities


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