Across Massachusetts, neighborhood teams are gearing up for the final days of the campaign. Talking with supporters of President Obama in New Hampshire has become more important than ever, now that it’s time to get out the vote!
New Jamaica Plain volunteer Evan said:
“Yesterday was my first canvassing trip and I left feeling inspired and optimistic! I was blown away seeing people from all walks of life volunteering, and was amazed by how easy it was. I showed up, and within a couple of hours I was trained and hitting the streets in New Hampshire, getting out the vote! Thanks to all the volunteers who made this possible! There's still plenty of time to get out and volunteer—go and make it happen!”
The Andover team this week included Methuen resident Brian (center), a legally blind and hearing impaired volunteer, who spoke with voters about how important the Affordable Care Act has been for his health care coverage.
Northeastern University and other colleges throughout Massachusetts have been canvassing since school began this fall.
In the Berkshires, volunteers took a bus to New Hampshire with Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal.
Members of Boston’s Ward 5 and surrounding communities also took a bus full of enthusiastic volunteers to the Granite State.
Volunteers were all about showing their Obama spirit this weekend: Joan from Boxford was fired up, down to her toes.
The Cambridge team sent volunteers to New Hampshire for multiple shifts on Saturday and Sunday… and they’re ready to do it again this weekend.
This weekend, it’s your turn! Help us get out the vote in New Hampshire, and volunteer!