—–Original Message—–
From: Mitch Stewart, BarackObama.com
To: XXX
Sent: Thu, Mar 11, 2010 11:53 am
Subject: Day 2: Call Rep. Childers

XXX —

President Obama has called for the House to vote to move health reform forward as early as next week. Your representative, Rep. Travis Childers, stood with the President to create as many as 3.9 million jobs with the Recovery Act, and deserves our thanks. Now, it’s important to make it clear that the voters back home stand with President Obama and want health reform.

We’re in the final march for reform and it all depends on this next crucial vote. Please call Rep. Childers today, express your support for health reform, and say we’re prepared to stand together — OFA supporters in Mississippi have pledged 46,308 hours to volunteer for members of Congress who support reform.

According to our records, you live in Mississippi’s 1st congressional district. You can reach Rep. Childers’s office at (202) 225-4306. Please call now — then click here to let us know you made a call.

(Not your representative? Click here to look yours up. )

We know the stakes: Coverage for millions of uninsured Americans. Ending insurance company abuses, like denying coverage to those with pre-existing conditions and drastically raising premiums. Reining in costs that are bankrupting families and crushing businesses. Putting life-and-death decisions in the hands of patients and doctors, not insurance company bureaucrats.

Everything we’ve worked for depends on winning this upcoming vote in the House of Representatives — and it’s going to be very, very close. If there was ever a time to pick up the phone and make a difference, that time has come.

Please call today:

http://my.barackobama.com/FinalMarchCall

Thanks for joining together for this Final March for Reform. Because of you, we’re going to win this.

Mitch

Mitch Stewart
Director
Organizing for America

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