The event was a huge success. We really believe what we did has sparked some to take action in the Tampa Bay Area. Thank you to all of those who came out to support the Town Hall meeting and for those who watched it on the web. You can still access the recorded version.
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Cick here to enjoy some pictures from the event. More to come.
The Town Hall Meeting will be broadcast live tonight at 7pm.
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See you there!!!
If you do some research on the internet you will be surprised to see President Obama has kept all his promises. Remember how far we’ve come.
This film gives an inside look at some of the tough calls President Obama made to get our country back on track. Featuring interviews from President Bill Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Elizabeth Warren, David Axelrod, Austan Goolsbee, and more. It’s a film everyone should see.
(Source: The Whitehouse)
Today, the Supreme Court issued a historic ruling: They upheld the Affordable Care Act and ensured that millions of American families will have access to health care and protection from the worst abuses of the insurance industry.
Lots of people have questions about the Affordable Care Act, the Supreme Court’s decision, and their health care coverage. We’ve pulled together the most useful information – including President Obama’s remarks after the announcement — at WhiteHouse.gov:
Watch the video and get the facts here.
Because the law has an impact on so many Americans, it’s important to understand its basic parts. We’ve also put together a list of facts about the Affordable Care Act. Will you give it a read, and then pass it on?
(Source: Sunshine State News)
As President Barack Obama prepares to visit Florida on Friday, the television airwaves in the Sunshine State are increasingly full of ads either backing or bashing his bid for a second term.
Obama carried Florida in 2008 and polls show the Sunshine State should be close in November when the president will face Republican candidate former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachuetts in the general election.
On Wednesday, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), a conservative political group that pushes for free-market solutions, released a new ad attacking Obama in several key states including Florida. The group is pouring more than $1 million into Florida to keep the ad on the airwaves for 10 days starting on Wednesday.
Much like several other spots from the Romney campaign and its allies, the new ad from AFP slams Obama for insisting earlier in the month that the private sector was “doing fine” on his watch.