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Around the Clock for Barack: Our 24-Hour RV trip Around New Hampshire

This week, we piled onto an RV with a rock star, a sitting governor, and a number of other elected officials from across New England for 24 straight hours of campaigning across the Granite State. We had an amazing time criss-crossing New Hampshire and talking to people literally at all hours of the day and night about what's at stake for them in this election.

On board at various times were Death Cab for Cutie's Chris Walla and his fiancé Dianna Potter, Delaware's Governor Jack Markell, former New Hampshire Congressman Paul Hodes, former Massachusetts Treasurer Shannon O'Brien, Massachusetts Auditor Suzanne Bump, Newton, Mass. Mayor Setti Warren, and Manchester Alderman Garth Corriveau.

This might sound like the premise of a reality show, but here's the thing: with just 16 days left to get this president re-elected, there's literally no time to waste.

We had a great time and it was such a success that President Obama is going on his own 48-hour tour of the country later this week.

The President may be working around the clock, but he can't win this without you. You can make a big, big difference in this election by just contributing a few hours of your day. By giving the President just three hours, you'll help make sure we get out the vote here in New Hampshire.

Sign up for a three hour shift next weekend right now.


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