Sunday, November 30, 2008

Letter from Obama for America

Below is a letter from Obama for America (Obama's Campaign) with some good links and things to keep people in the loop about the Administration transition process (go to ** and check out what they are doing!) and plans for Obama's inauguration.

Happy Sunday everyone!

Dear Friend,

Thank you for contacting President-elect Barack Obama and Obama for America.  Barack greatly appreciates the outpouring of messages he is receiving from across the country and from Americans around the world.  He is deeply honored by the confidence the American people have placed in him and in Vice President-elect Biden.  Please click here to see President-elect Obama’s speech on Election Night:

Barack Obama and Joe Biden are hopeful about the opportunities and clear-eyed about the challenges our nation faces.  They look forward to working with all Americans, regardless of who they voted for, in the great project of American renewal.  Enlisting the energy and ingenuity of the American people is the only way we will create the changes that so many people want to see, so we hope you’ll be involved.

You have just contacted Obama for America, the Obama/Biden campaign organization.  A new organization has been formed to facilitate communication with the Obama/Biden Administration that will take office on January 20, 2009.  If you have questions, suggestions, or comments about the federal government, policy, or the coming Obama/Biden Administration, please visit the online Office of the President-elect for more information and to get involved:

If you’re contacting us because you’ve been energized by your participation in our grassroots movement, we hope you will remain active in your community and involved in national policy debates.    Please continue to visit regularly.  We’ve built one of the most comprehensive nationwide organizing networks in history, and our victory on November 4th is only the beginning of the work we will do together.

The 56th Presidential Inauguration will take place on January 20th, 2009.  For more information, we encourage you to visit the websites of the Presidential Inauguration Committee and the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.

Due to the extremely number of messages we are currently receiving, we may be unable to respond to your message individually, but we do appreciate hearing from you and hope you’ll work with us as we build America’s future together.

Thank you again for contacting us.

Obama for America

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