McCain making his stand in Pennsylvania

This is what I was talking about in my last post.

Pennsylvania is shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested battleground states in this election.

The McCain campaign is actively moving staff and resources into the state from Michigan. They’re gearing up to send even more nasty mailings and put up more negative ads.

Person-to-person voter contact is the best way to fight back, and volunteers and staff are working day and night to connect with voters.

There are only a few crucial weeks left before Election Day, and we are going to need your help to put Barack and Democrats over the top in Pennsylvania.

Can you come to Pennsylvania and reach out to voters in this crucial swing state?

John McCain is having trouble defending the states George Bush won four years ago, and he’s planning on making his stand in a couple states that John Kerry won — including Pennsylvania.

This race may very well depend on whether he can flip the 21 electoral votes just over the border from you in Pennsylvania.

But there are too many people counting on the kind of change that only Barack Obama and Joe Biden can bring to let that happen.

A face-to-face connection is the most powerful way to spread Barack’s message and make sure voters get to the polls on November 4th.

And your voice could be the one that helps a voter to decide to support the Obama-Biden ticket.

No experience is required to make a difference. All you need is your passion and enthusiasm for change. Our Pennsylvania Campaign for Change staff will be here to support you when you arrive.

Sign up now to come to Pennsylvania and work for change:

http://my.barackobama.com/cometoPA

We can’t do this without you.

Thanks,

Paulette

Paulette Aniskoff
Field Director
Pennsylvania Campaign for Change

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