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Making our voices heard

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Here's something I can't imagine:

Having to tell my daughter that she may not have the same opportunities as her brother because this country elected Mitt Romney as president.

But that's what's on the line in this election. It seems ridiculous to me that we're even having this discussion in 2012, but here we are: We risk progress on equal pay for equal work. We're looking at cutbacks in childcare programs and Head Start programs. We'll lose access to affordable health care and additional funding for higher education.

If we don't step up and make our voices heard, we'll pay the price after Election Day.

Women can have an enormous impact. Take a look at this video to see what I'm talking about -- then pass it along to your friends:

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I really am so proud of President Obama. I believe that he has made important changes and he's moving the country in the right direction, but he needs more time -- he needs four more years.

We can help him win this November, but we have to vote. We have to show up, and we have to bring our friends, our moms, our sisters, and our kids to the polls with us. With only 36 days left, we're running out of time.

That's why I'm doing whatever I can to help spread the word. The future for me and my kids deserves nothing less.

See more about how your voice can make a difference, then share this video with your friends and family:

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Julianne

----- More than 3 million people like you power this campaign. If you can, please donate today:

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Subject: Making our voices heard

From: info@barackobama.com

Sent: Oct. 1, 2012, 11:25 p.m.




Here's something I can't imagine:

Having to tell my daughter that she may not have the same opportunities as her brother because this country elected Mitt Romney as president.

But that's what's on the line in this election. It seems ridiculous to me that we're even having this discussion in 2012, but here we are: We risk progress on equal pay for equal work. We're looking at cutbacks in childcare programs and Head Start programs. We'll lose access to affordable health care and additional funding for higher education.

If we don't step up and make our voices heard, we'll pay the price after Election Day.

Women can have an enormous impact. Take a look at this video to see what I'm talking about -- then pass it along to your friends:

[url]

I really am so proud of President Obama. I believe that he has made important changes and he's moving the country in the right direction, but he needs more time -- he needs four more years.

We can help him win this November, but we have to vote. We have to show up, and we have to bring our friends, our moms, our sisters, and our kids to the polls with us. With only 36 days left, we're running out of time.

That's why I'm doing whatever I can to help spread the word. The future for me and my kids deserves nothing less.

See more about how your voice can make a difference, then share this video with your friends and family:

[url]

Julianne

----- More than 3 million people like you power this campaign. If you can, please donate today:

[url]

--------------------------------------------------------------------- Paid for by Obama for America

Contributions or gifts to Obama for America are not tax deductible