barackobama:

newsweek:

barackobama:

The President’s State of the Union address is only a couple weeks away. Don’t just watch alone with your dog—host a watch party to bring new people into the campaign where you live.

“And so they sat, trying to play it cool, as Cardboard Obama stood silently judging the scene from the brightly lit corner of the living room.”

We’re sure the ultimate ruling was favorable. Cardboard Obama is stern but fair.

barackobama:

newsweek:

barackobama:

The President’s State of the Union address is only a couple weeks away. Don’t just watch alone with your dog—host a watch party to bring new people into the campaign where you live.

“And so they sat, trying to play it cool, as Cardboard Obama stood silently judging the scene from the brightly lit corner of the living room.”

We’re sure the ultimate ruling was favorable. Cardboard Obama is stern but fair.

Weekly Address: Continuing to Grow the Economy in the New Year

January 07, 2012 | 2:45 | Public Domain

President Obama shares his New Year’s resolution: doing whatever it takes to move the economy forward and ensure that middle class families regain the security they’ve lost in the last decade.

barackobama:

How cool is this mural that volunteer artists painted on the walls of our new Minneapolis field office? We’d submit: So cool.
Edited to add for those asking where this office is so they can go volunteer: it’s here! Thanks to Brandon in MN for sending along the photos.

barackobama:

How cool is this mural that volunteer artists painted on the walls of our new Minneapolis field office? We’d submit: So cool.

Edited to add for those asking where this office is so they can go volunteer: it’s here! Thanks to Brandon in MN for sending along the photos.

High-res barackobama:

President Obama sat down for a meal yesterday with Scott, Valarie, Kathie, and Bill—four campaign supporters who won our recent “Dinner with Barack” contest. As you can see, he had a terrible time.

barackobama:

President Obama sat down for a meal yesterday with Scott, Valarie, Kathie, and Bill—four campaign supporters who won our recent “Dinner with Barack” contest. As you can see, he had a terrible time.

barackobama:

Beyond the bleep, we think the rest of this video is worth watching, too—particularly if you are a fan of electoral strategy (and/or maps). Jim Messina talks you through five pathways we’ve got to 270 electoral votes in 2012.