Friday, May 9, 2008

President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in Ripley, WV. 5/9/08

Help Hillary Win by donatingJoin President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in Ripley, West Virginia.

When
Friday, May 9, 2008 at 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Where
Ripley Fire Rescue Station 30
337 West Main Street
Ripley, WV 25271
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Join President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" event and hear what he has to say about Hillary's solutions for America.

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West Virginia For Hillary


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President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in St. Albans, WV. 5/9/08

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When
Friday, May 9, 2008 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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Where
McKinley Middle School, Gymnasium
3000 Kanawha Terrace
St. Albans, WV 25177
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President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in Wayne, WV. 5/09/08

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Friday, May 9, 2008 at 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Wayne High School
100 Pioneer Road
Wayne, WV 25570
General Area: Off of Terrace Drive


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President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in Williamson, West Virginia

Donate to the Hillary Clinton CampaignJoin President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Event in Williamson, West Virginia.

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Friday, May 9, 2008 at 12:15 PM - 2:15 PM

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Williamson Fire Department
104 East 4th Avenue
Williamson, WV 25661
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Join President Bill Clinton for a "Solutions for America" event in Williamson and hear what he has to say about Hillary's solutions for America.

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Thursday, May 8, 2008

Clinton Campaign Unveils 'Hats Off For Hillary'

Clinton Campaign Unveils 'Hats Off For Hillary'

Demonstrating Hillary’s strong commitment to breast cancer awareness, the Clinton campaign today unveiled its ‘Hats off for Hillary’ drive in Kentucky. The drive, which will take place until May 20, will encourage women across the state to donate their Kentucky Derby hats to charity.

"Hats off for Hillary is just another example of the strong commitment Hillary has shown to fighting breast cancer and raising awareness," said former Miss America and Hillary supporter Heather French Henry. "Hillary is the only candidate with a comprehensive plan to eradicate breast cancer in our lifetime. We look forward to working with other Kentuckians to raise even more awareness."

Kentucky women interested in participating in 'Hats off for Hillary' can drop their derby hats at any Clinton Campaign office in the state. All derby hats will be donated to "Hats for Hope," a charity which supports the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides for Breast Cancer" initiative.

Click here for more information on Hillary’s plan to end breast cancer.


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Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Join Hillary Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Rally in Charleston, West Virginia 5/8/08

Join Hillary Clinton for a Solutions for America Rally in Charleston, WV 5/8/08Join Hillary Clinton for a "Solutions for America" Rally in Charleston, West Virginia.

When
Thursday, May 8, 2008 at 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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Where
West Virginia State Capitol
1900 Kanawha Boulevard
Charleston, WV 25305
General Area: West Side Lawn by the Cultural Center


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Join Hillary for a "Solutions for America" Rally at the State Capitol as she kicks off the final week of her campaign in West Virginia. The rain site will be in the Capitol Rotunda.

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West Virginia For Hillary, 304-346-1913


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West Virginia Women for Hillary Event!

West Virginia Women for Hillary Clinton eventWest Virginia Women for Hillary Event in Charleston, West Virginia!!!

When
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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West Virginia for Hillary Headquarters
191 Summers Street
Charleston, WV 25301
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Join us at our West Virginia for Hillary Headquarters tonight as we celebrate the support Hillary has among Mountain State Women! We will host a Women's Phone Bank to reach out to other WV Women and we also invite all families to participate in a Sign-Making Party as we prepare for Hillary's visit to Charleston tomorrow morning! Questions? e-mail us at charleston@hillaryclinton.com or call at 204-246-1913.

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Clinton West Virginian Campaign Gets Help From Nurses and Union Heads

donate to the Clinton campaignThe president of the local 201 West Virginia Nurses Association stopped by Hillary's head quarters in Beckley, WV on Tuesday 5/6/08.

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Press Release: Hillary Clinton "Get out to vote" Campaign Events

contribute to the Hillary Clinton CampaignAs West Virginia Takes Center Stage, Clinton Campaign Ramps Up Statewide Get Out The Vote Effort

Charleston, WV) - All eyes are on West Virginia as the Mountain State takes center stage in the Democratic presidential primary. West Virginia leaders and Clinton campaign volunteers will be out in full force tomorrow, urging West Virginians to make their voice heard by Early Voting.

"If there was ever a critical time to vote in a primary election, this is it. The eyes of the world are watching to see what West Virginia voters will do. The Mountain State has made the difference in choosing a President before and we can do it again by supporting Hillary Clinton," said Kent Carper, President of the Kanawha County Commission.

Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton will also campaign in the Mountain State tomorrow, attending an "Our Economy, Our Future" event at Shepherd University. Sen. Hillary Clinton will campaign in Charleston on Thursday with a "Solutions for America" Rally at the West Virginia State Capitol.

"West Virginia is ready to go. This is a competitive race and every vote makes a difference. We are working hard to turn our strong support for Hillary Clinton in Early Vote and in the upcoming primary," said House Delegate Bob Tabb (56th District).

Elected leaders from across the Mountain States are joining volunteers in knocking on doors, making calls, and holding visibilities to get out the vote for Hillary.

"Hillary Clinton has shown a strong commitment to our state and an understanding of the issues affecting the everyday lives of West Virginians. Now it is time to make our voice heard for Hillary Clinton," said Mayor of Hinton Cleo Mathews, who is holding a "Honk and Wave" tomorrow in Hinton.

The West Virginia Veterans for Hillary Steering Committee is also organizing veterans across the state to get out the vote for Clinton.

"Hillary Clinton stands up and delivers for veterans and military families. I am proud to be working with veterans across the state to get out the vote for Hillary," said John Clarke, a member of the West Virginia for Hillary Steering Committee.

Get Out the Vote Activities Wednesday, May 7, 2008 include:

7 a.m. - Honk and Wave with Mayor Cleo Mathews - HINTON
Intersection of 2nd Avenue and Temple Street
Hinton, WV 25951

7:30 a.m. Honk and Wave - MORGANTOWN
County Courthouse Courtyard at High Street & Spruce Street
Morgantown, WV 26505

7:30 a.m. Honk and Wave - CHARLESTON
Washington Street West & Pennsylvania Street
Charleston, WV 25302

7:30 a.m. Honk and Wave - MARTINSBURG
King St. & Queen St
Martinsburg, WV 25401


7:30 a.m. Honk and Wave - LEWISBURG
Intersection of US 219 & US 60
Lewisburg, WV 24901

7:30 a.m. Honk and Wave - FAIRMONT
Fairmont St & 10th Street
Fairmont, WV 26554

4:30 p.m. "Honk and Wave" - KANAWHA CITY
35 Street Bridge
Charleston, WV 25311

6 p.m. Wheeling for Hillary Headquarters Open House - WHEELING
62 12th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

6 p.m. Women for Hillary Phone Bank - FAIRMONT
Fairmont for Hillary Headquarters
312 Adams Street
Fairmont, WV 26554

6:30 p.m. Women for Hillary Phone Bank and Sign-Making Party - CHARLESTON
Charleston Headquarters
191 Summers Street
Charleston, WV 25301


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Wheeling, WV for Hillary Headquarters Open House, Wed, 5/7/08

Wheeling, West Virginia for Hillary Headquarters Open House, Wed, 5/7

When
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Wheeling for Hillary Headquarters
62 12th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Join Northern Panhandle supporters and volunteers for an open house and learn on how you can help GET OUT THE VOTE for Hillary in the final 5 days of our campaign. Learn about going door to door, making calls, waving signs, giving rides to the polls and the many other activities that will give Hillary a win in West Virginia. Please RSVP and we will follow up with a location, once we've got a site for the training confirmed!

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Wheeling for Hillary, Mike Firestone, 304-346-1913, wheeling@hillaryclinton.com


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Find Hillary Clinton's West Virginia Headquarters

Hillary Clinton's West Virginia Headquarters

West Virginia State Headquarters
191 Summers Street
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 346-1913
Email: charleston@hillaryclinton.com


Beckley Office
207 Prince Street
Beckley, WV 25801
Phone: (304) 252-7740
beckley@hillaryclinton.com


Fairmont Office
312 Adams Street
Fairmont, WV 26554
Phone: (304) 367-1830
fairmont@hillaryclinton.com


Eastern Panhandle Office
201 N. George St. Suite 102
Charles Town, WV 25414
Phone: (304) 724-4068
easternpanhandle@hillaryclinton.com


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Who is Jill Long Thompson... (D) candidate for Governor in Indiana

All About Jill Long ThompsonDuring her many years in public life, Jill Long Thompson has built an impressive record as a fighter for working families and as an advocate for responsive, responsible government. Inspired to politics as a youth, Long Thompson served three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from Indiana's 4th Congressional District from 1989 to 1995. Long Thompson spent more than five years as U.S. Under Secretary of Agriculture from 1995 to 2001.

In Congress, Long Thompson compiled a pragmatic voting record by opposing all new tax increases while protecting investments in education, Medicare, and Social Security. Long Thompson also served as Vice Chair of the Democratic Leadership Council, a Democratic policy organization.

Long Thompson's first election to Congress in 1989 made national headlines because Indiana's 4th Congressional District was considered a "safe" Republican seat once held by then Vice President Dan Quayle. Long Thompson, then known as Jill Long, easily won re-election in 1990 and 1992 despite being a top Republican target for defeat.

As Under Secretary of Agriculture for rural development, Long Thompson managed 7,000 employees and a $10 billion budget, which funded rural housing, cooperative, water/waste, and business programs. Among her accomplishments as Under Secretary were reforming the single-family loan program, helping create thousands of jobs in economically challenged communities, and improving the efficiency of the Department.

Jill Long Thompson, 54, grew up on the family farm outside of Larwill in Whitley County. She lives with her husband Don Thompson, a commercial airline pilot, in Marshall County on a farm near Argos. Most recently, Long Thompson served as CEO and Senior Fellow at the National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy.

Jill Long Thompson was the first in her family to graduate from college. She earned an M.B.A. (1978) and Ph.D (1984) in Business from Indiana University, and a B.S. in Business from Valparaiso University (1974).

After leaving Congress in early 1995 and before becoming Under Secretary of Agriculture, Long Thompson served as a Fellow at the Institute of Politics in the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Prior to her election to Congress, Long Thompson was an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Valparaiso University, an Adjunct Professor at Indiana University/Purdue University-Fort Wayne, and a lecturer at Indiana University in Bloomington.

She also served as the Mark E. Johnston Chair of Entrepreneurship at Manchester College and as Adjunct Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University South Bend.


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Vote Early... West Virginia for Clinton

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Chelsea Clinton Speaks Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia

Here is the Video of Chelsea Clinton speaking at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia...4.4.08



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Jill Long Thompson says We did it! Democratic Governor Candidate

Support Jill Long ThompsonJill Long Thompson wins bid for Democratic Candidate for Governor of Indiana.


We did it!

After a long night here in Fort Wayne, the Associated Press declared that I am the Democratic nominee for Governor.

Before I go to bed, I want to write and thank you for all your support over the past months.

This has been a historic and hard fought campaign. But there is no time to rest. We all need to come together to defeat Mitch Daniels this fall. I look forward to doing just that with each and every one of you.

Our real challenge is ahead and I need your help. Would you please consider making a contribution right away to help me defeat Daniels this fall?

Your $100, $55, or $35 contribution will help me start the general election in a strong position. Click here to make a contribution now.

Thank you again for your strong support. Together, we are going to put Indiana back on track.



Sincerely,

Jill Long Thompson


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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

What you can do for Hillary Clinton

We have worked so hard to get today. It's Election Day in Indiana, and the most important thing you can do today is cast your vote for Hillary. The second most important thing you can do is get other Hoosiers to the polls.

After you've voted, we need your help making calls to as many Hoosiers as possible to remind them to vote. You can use Activate, our advanced calling tool, to make calls from your home.

To get started, join us on a conference call today:

3:00 p.m. EDT
Dial: 1-877-238-4697
Passcode: 580404

4:30 p.m. EDT
Dial: 1-877-232-0400
Passcode: 715189

Thank you so much for your help. Your hard work got us this far, and if we keep working together during this final stretch, we will celebrate in Indiana tonight.

Sincerely,
Marlon Marshall
Field Director
Hoosiers for Hillary

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Hillary Clinton's Today in Indiana

Click here to see Hillary Clinton's blueprint for your state

You and I have taken a remarkable journey together through this entire campaign. And today, you will have your say in one of the closest presidential nomination contests ever.

Hoosiers want a champion in the White House -- someone who will fight for them every day. I want to bring new, good jobs to Indiana again, provide health care to every single American, and keep our country safe at home and abroad.

I can't thank you enough for all your hard work and all the support you have offered. I would be honored to have your vote today.

After you vote, I would appreciate any help you can give to help your fellow Hoosiers get to the polls. Visit one of our local campaign offices and we'll get you set up. Your help is critical to our victory here. Click here for more information.

I know that together, we will celebrate a big victory tonight.

Sincerely,


Hillary Rodham Clinton

P.S. If you need additional information on how to vote and where to vote, please click here.


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Hillary Clinton Fact Check: Ambinder: Clinton's "Nuclear Option" More Of A Conventional Weapon?

Ambinder: Clinton's "Nuclear Option" More Of A Conventional Weapon?

Ambinder:

06 May 2008 11:12 am

Wikipedia's history of the phrase "a nuclear option" would
make Sen. Bill Frist proud, but in so far as historical references go, it's
weaker than an aged dog. I more prefer the context of annihilation and
obliteration over procedural gimmickry, but the latter is more apropos for
today's politics. On Friday, Tom Edsall headlined his story about the upcoming
rules and bylaws committee meeting of the Democratic Party, "Clinton Camp Says
It Will Use The Nuclear Option."

THE OPTION Edsall refers to is an
unspecified plan to somehow use the campaign's leverage on the committee to seat
delegates from Florida and Michigan, thereby reducing the pledged delegate gap
with Barack Obama by 55. Edsall's implication, derived, I assume, from his
conversations with Clinton campaign allies, is that the Clinton campaign is
currently debating whether to play this trump card; the "nuclear option" lingo
makes it clear that Edsall believes that the card is improperly played -- that
the process of delegation challenges does not comport with a spirit of fair
play.


IN FAIRNESS TO the Clinton campaign, they've made no secret
about their desire to seat the delegations from Florida and Michigan. And,
absent new, DNC-approved delegate selection contests in those states, the RBC
and then the credentials committee are the "legal" and appropriate forums to
hear those challenges under DNC rules. RBC meetings are open and above-board;
the challenges set to be argued will be argued. The Obama campaign does not
believe that a majority of the RBC's members are Clinton supporters; the Clinton
campaign is surely counting votes, but they're also not certain of the outcome.
It seems indecent to suggest that RBC members, many of whom have the equivalent
of tenure on the committee and are sticklers for DNC rules, would so eagerly and
quickly jettison sound judgment in favor of politics. Some will, some won't. It
further seems unfair to lump the cases of Florida and Michigan together,
especially when it comes to what's fair and what's foul. In Florida, Clinton and
Obama both appeared on the ballot; in Michigan, Obama's name (by his own choice,
yes) did not.
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North Carolina Election Day is Here! 5/6/08

Voters are turning out all over North Carolina to cast their ballots for Hillary. Here is all the information you need to vote for Hillary...

What are the polling hours on Election Day?

Polls will be open on May 6, 2008, from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

How can I find my voting location?

Click here to find your voting location.

If you need a ride to the polls, please call the following number: 877-447-2408.

When is the Voter Registration Deadline?

Voter registration ended on April 11, 2008.

What if I am an unaffiliated voter?


Voters who are not affiliated with a party (i.e., independents) can vote in the Democratic primary. But voters who are members of another party (e.g., Republicans) cannot.

What kind of ID do I need to bring to the polling place?


Most voters do not need to show ID to vote. But North Carolina requires voters to present ID if they (i) registered by mail on or after Jan. 1, 2003, and (ii) have not voted in person since they registered.

Can I get an absentee ballot?

No. The deadline was April 29. But, if it will be physically difficult for the voter to vote at the polling place, he or she may drive to the polling place and cast a vote from the vehicle. Alternatively, voters who need extra help can obtain assistance just by asking the chief judge at their polling place. If a voter needs assistance, he/she may bring a family member to help him/her.

What are the provisional ballot rules?

Voters may cast provisional ballots if they believe that they are registered to vote but their name does not appear on the county’s official list of registered voters. If a voter votes provisionally because he/she is required to show ID, but lacks ID, he/she may present it at the county board of elections office until May 13 at 11 am. Voters can learn whether their provisional ballot was counted -- click here.

To report any voting problems, please call our legal hotline: 888-472-9465


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Hillary Clinton Attends Election Night Celebration in Indianapolis, Indiana 5/6/08

Hillary Clinton Attends Election Night Celebration in Indianapolis, Indiana.

When
Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

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Where
Murat Center - Egyptian Room
502 North New Jersey Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Join Hillary Clinton for an Election Night Event in Indianapolis!

Host
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Election Day is Here! Report voting problems in Indiana 5/6/08

Indiana Presidential Primary FAQVoters are turning out all over Indiana to cast their ballots for Hillary. Here is all the information you need to vote for Hillary...

Where to vote: Click here to find your polling location.

Need a ride to your polling location? Call 877-447-2408

Who can vote: A registered voter who will be 18 or older by November 4, 2008

What you need to bring: A photo ID issued by the State of Indiana or US federal government; examples include: Indiana Driver's Licenses, Indiana state photo ID card, a U.S. Passport, U.S. Military ID or Student ID from an Indiana state school, so long as it includes a photo and an expiration date. If this is your first time voting, make sure to bring proof of address; examples include: an Indiana driver's license, current utility bill, bank statement, or paycheck

When you can vote: Between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. {est} on May 6

Click here to report voting problems or call our legal hotline: 877-472-9460


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Monday, May 5, 2008

Michelle Obama in Indianapolis, IN at a town hall 4/30/08 {video}

Michelle and Barack Obama held a small Town Hall Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 30, 2008.



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Barack Obama in Indianpolis, Indiana at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner 5/4/08 {Full Video}

Barack Obama in Indianpolis, Indiana at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner {Full Video}



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Audio: Hillary Did Not Commit To Lifting Teamsters Consent Decree

Audio: Hillary Did Not Commit To Lifting Teamsters Consent Decree

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This morning's Wall Street Journal revealed that Sen. Obama unequivocally supports lifting the teamsters federal consent decree:

Sen. Barack Obama won the endorsement of the Teamsters earlier this year
after privately telling the union he supported ending the strict federal
oversight imposed to root out corruption, according to officials from the union
and the Obama campaign.

…Obama spokesman Tommy Vietor confirmed the candidate's position in a
statement to The Wall Street Journal, saying that Sen. Obama believes that the
board "has run its course," because "organized crime influence in the union has
drastically declined." Mr. Vietor said Sen. Obama took that position last
year.

This morning on Good Morning America, Sen. Obama contradicted his campaign and said he had not made a commitment.

Today, the Politico published audio of Hillary speaking to the Teamsters. Hillary says that she'd be open to "looking at" the status of the consent decree but made no commitments.

This is consistent with what the Hillary campaign and the Teamsters said publicly before this audio was released. Phil Singer told the Wall Street Journal: "Sen. Clinton is making no promises about lifting the consent decree." The Teamsters described Hillary's position as "wishy-washy."

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Press Release: Indy 500 Driver Sarah Fisher Endorses Hillary for President

Press Release

5/5/2008

Indy 500 Driver Sarah Fisher Endorses Hillary for President

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Hoosiers for Hillary today announced the endorsement of groundbreaking IndyCar Series driver and team owner Sarah Fisher.

"We need a president who will stand up for us and be a fighter for Hoosiers and all Americans," said Fisher, who will qualify for her seventh Indianapolis 500 this month. "Hillary will be a president who steers our country in the right direction and puts our economy back on track. Something Hillary and I have in common is our commitment to achieving our goals, leaving roadblocks behind and refusing to be knocked down. Hillary is a doer and a fighter who keeps getting out there, going for the checkered flag."

"I’m honored to have Sarah’s support. Not only has she broken down barriers in her sport, but she continues to be a role model for young people aspiring to realize their dreams," Clinton said. “Trailblazers like Sarah prove that with hard work and determination, anything is possible in our country."

Fisher, 27, of Indianapolis, has competed in six Indianapolis 500s. She is the first woman to earn a pole position at an IndyCar Series event. Fisher is also the youngest woman ever to compete in the Indianapolis 500 at age 19 and the fastest female to qualify for the world’s greatest race, with a four-lap average of 229.439 mph in 2003. She is the first female owner/driver of an IndyCar Series team and will compete in the 92nd Indianapolis 500 on May 25.


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Dear Barack Obama and Joe Andrews...We have only just begun!

Ok, so what Joe Andrews change his platform...isn't that what Obama does anyway when the heat gets turned up on him, turn around what what he initially said...so Joe Andrews for you to call for Hillary to end her bid to be the next President of the United States... are you kidding me... Joe Andrews, are you a baseball fan, if so what if the Red Sox would have quit when they down to the Yankees 0-3 and had 2 outs in the 9th inning...ahhh you guess it...they wouldn't be World Series Champions, would they? old saying..."it aint over til it is over"

Here is the letter written by some other DNC members to other members dated 5/2/08...

May 2, 2008

Dear Fellow Democratic Party Member:


Democratic National Committee members work tirelessly to elect Democrats locally, and they serve as strong advocates for finding solutions to our nation's most pressing problems. As former DNC Chairs, we are proud to be leaders in a Party that seeks to alleviate the burden of limited access to health care, fix broken systems of public education, improve working conditions for middle-class men and women, and ensure America's safety and security, at home and abroad.

Those of us who support Hillary Clinton for president do so with the knowledge that she, just like us, has dedicated her life to improving the standard of living for others, and she has worked to make our Party the strong force that it is today. Her values are our Party's values. Her record of fiscal prudence is matched by her commitment to social responsibility. Her accomplishments in the area of strengthening America's security are a matter of public record.

Hillary has run one of the most formidable campaigns in the history of our Party. Her wins this primary season are significant - Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas. Her base of support includes women, Hispanics, seniors, Catholics, middle and low income Americans, and rural, suburban and urban voters. That's a formidable coalition tailor-made for victory in a November general election.

In fact, if the election were held today, Hillary would beat Senator McCain, but Senator Obama would lose to the presumptive GOP nominee. According to the most recent polls available, Hillary would beat McCain by a margin of 279 to 259 Electoral Votes. But McCain would beat Obama by a margin of 291 to 247 Electoral Votes.

In a hypothetical general election matchup with McCain, Clinton is winning handily (50%-41%) while Obama is statistically tied with McCain (46%-44%), according to the AP-Ipsos poll released Monday. In the days following the Pennsylvania primary, Gallup Poll Daily tracking showed Hillary pulling even with Senator Obama. As of Thursday, Hillary was ahead 49%-45%.

Hillary can win our Party's nomination. She is neck and neck with her opponent in Indiana and North Carolina. Both states have sizeable voting blocs that resemble constituencies who supported Hillary by large margins in Pennsylvania, Ohio and other contests.

Years of job loss and the recent economic slowdown mean that most Indiana and North Carolina voters are more concerned about the economy than anything else. Hillary has consistently garnered the majority of support from voters who say the economy is the most important issue facing our country.

Hillary's campaign is currently operating at full capacity in Guam, Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia, Kentucky, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Montana and South Dakota.

As in states that have already voted, election official are expecting record turnouts. Pennsylvania registered more than 215,000 new voters ahead of its April 22 primary. More than 200,000 new voters have registered in Indiana since the start of the year. And in counties across North Carolina, registration numbers are double - or triple - what they were in 2004.

More than 30 million Americans have already cast a ballot in our Party's nomination contest and millions more will go to the polls between now and June 3. The record numbers of Americans who are registering and coming out to vote reflect the excitement about our candidates and the strength that our nominee will have behind him or her in the fall. The primary process will make our nominee stronger and better prepared to take on John McCain. Our Party only gains from having more voters - including more new voters - all across our country.

We encourage you to continue to fully consider Hillary Clinton and the fact that she is qualified and accomplished. Too much is at stake for us not to consider deeply the choice we must make for our Party and our country.


Sincerely,


Kenneth Curtis
Former DNC Chairman (1977-1978)


Charles Manatt
Former DNC Chairman (1981-1985)


The Family of the late Ron Brown
Former DNC Chairman (1989-1993)

Mrs. Alma Brown, Michael Arrington Brown & Tracey Brown James


Debra DeLee
Former DNC Chair (1994-1995)


Don Fowler
Former DNC National Chairman (1995-1997)


Steve Grossman
Former DNC National Chairman (1997-1999)


Governor Edward Rendell
Former DNC General Chairman (1999-2001)


Terence McAuliffe
Former DNC Chairman (2001-2005)



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The New York Times Endorse Hillary Clinton for president

The New York Times Endorse Hillary for President.

The New York Times said...

We know that she is capable of both uniting and leading. We saw her going town by town through New York in 2000, including places where Clinton-bashing was a popular sport. She won over skeptical voters and then delivered on her promises and handily won re-election in 2006.

Mrs. Clinton must now do the same job with a broad range of America’s voters. She will have to let Americans see her power to listen and lead, but she won’t be able to do it town by town.

When we endorsed Mrs. Clinton in 2006, we were certain she would continue to be a great senator, but since her higher ambitions were evident, we wondered if she could present herself as a leader to the nation.



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The Las Vegas Sun Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

The Las Vegas Sun Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

Here is what they said.

The top three Democratic candidates -- Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama and former Sen. John Edwards -- have vigorously vied for votes here. Edwards is still in the race, but this really is a two-person contest between Clinton and Obama, because Edwards’ campaign hasn’t caught on nationally.

Obama has been in the Senate for just three years, so the question is whether he is the most experienced Democratic candidate to immediately assume the presidency on Jan. 20, 2009. Although Obama is likable, so was the inexperienced George W. Bush before he became president -- and we know where that got us.



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North Carolina Governor Mike Easley endorses Hillary Clinton for president

North Carolina Governor Mike Easley endorses Hillary Clinton for president.



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Spoke out Indiana

Spoke out Indiana



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Maya Angelou endorses Hillary Clinton for President

Maya Angelou endorses Hillary Clinton for President!!!



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Sunday, May 4, 2008

Michelle Obama coming in Gary Indiana 5/5/08 in one last ditch effort to save Indiana

Please join Michelle Obama for a Community Event in Gary, where she'll talk about Barack's vision for bringing America together and creating the kind of change we can believe in.

Community Event with Michelle Obama

West Side Auditorium
900 Gerry Street
Gary, IN

Monday, May 5th
Doors Open: 7:45 p.m.
Program Begins: 9:15 p.m.

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http://in.barackobama.com/MOgary

This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required but an RSVP is strongly encouraged.

For security reasons, do not bring bags. Please limit personal belongings. No signs or banners permitted.


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make sure you are registered to vote in indiana 5/6/08 and the place

CONSTANTLY feed your mind for SUCCESS!: Are you registered to vote in Indiana?

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Join Barack Obama in Indinapolis, Indiana for a "get out the vote rally" 5/5/08

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Please join Barack Obama for a rally in Indianapolis, where he'll talk about his vision for bringing America together and creating the kind of change we can believe in.

Get Out The Vote Rally with Barack Obama

American Legion Mall
N. Meridian St. and E. North St.
Indianapolis, IN

Monday, May 5th
Gates Open: 7:30 p.m.



http://in.barackobama.com/indianapolis

The event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but an RSVP is strongly encouraged. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Fact Check: Hillary and the Windfall Profits Tax

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Today 5/4/08, on Meet the Press, Sen. Obama claimed Hillary was using the same windfall profits tax to pay for two proposals:

Now, Senator Clinton says that she's going to use the windfall profits tax to
fill it. First of all, she's already said she's going to use that for something
else, as I have, and that is to invest in clean energy and, and-- other
important measures. So, that money she's already spending twice.


This is false and misleading.{new kind of politics...huh}

To pay for the gas tax holiday, Hillary is calling for a windfall tax on the oil companies' 2008 profits. It's an immediate proposal. Hillary has never proposed a tax on 2008 profits previously.

Hillary would continue the windfall tax on 2009 profits and beyond, and that revenue would go to her strategic energy fund and for renewable energy.

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Hillary Clinton's Indiana campaign offices

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click here to find a Hillary Clinton campaign office near you

On the heels of our big endorsement from the Indianapolis Star, the energy on the ground is building. Hillary is meeting voters across Indiana, and our team on the ground is excited and ready. Hillary is working hard for every vote and showing time and again she is the candidate that understands Indiana's values.

As a voter in the Indiana primary, you are in a unique position to determine who our next president will be and to shape our country for years to come. We are three days away from the Indiana primary, and we need you to join us so we can drive Hillary Clinton to victory on May 6.

Click here to sign up to help us get out the vote in Indiana.

We need you to sign up today to help us "Get Out the Vote" for Hillary. We're going to be on the phones and going door to door, talking to our neighbors about why we need to elect Hillary Clinton as our next president. We would appreciate any volunteer hours that you are able to give in the days leading up to the election and on primary day itself.

Click here to sign up to volunteer.

Let's make history! We have the one candidate with the solutions and experience to bring about the change we need.

Thanks so much for all you do.

Sincerely,

Robby Mook
State Director
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Where are the Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama speaking? today 5/4/08

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Hillary Clinton and Barack ObamaSunday, May 4

Morning
Hillary Clinton is a guest for the full hour for a town hall on ABC’s “This Week”

Barack Obama is a guest for the full hour on NBC’s “Meet the Press”

12:15 pm
Hillary Clinton attends a canvass kick off event in Fort Wayne, Indiana

4:30 pm
Barack Obama attends a family picnic in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Hillary Clinton attends a canvass kick off event in South Bend, Indiana

7:00 pm
Barack Obama attends the Indiana Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Indianapolis, Indiana

8:30 pm
Hillary Clinton delivers remarks at the Indiana Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Indianapolis, Indiana



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Bill Clinton speaks in Kernersville, NC on 5/4/08

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Come out and hear Clinton Speak in Kernersville, NC... 5/4/08Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton in Kernersville, North Carolina!

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

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Where
Robert B. Glenn High School
1600 Union Cross Road
Kernersville, NC 27284
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Bill Clinton stops in Newton, NC 5/4/08

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Meet Bill Clinton in Newton, NC 5/4/08Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton in Newton, North Carolina!

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM

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Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton in Newton, North Carolina!
752 South College Avenue
Newton, NC 28658
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Come out to meet President Bill Clinton in Lenoir, North Carolina 5/4/08

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Meet Bill Clinton in Lenoir, NC

Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton in Lenoir, North Carolina!

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

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Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton
902 College Avenue
Lenior, NC 28645
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Join President Bill Clinton in Morganton, North Carolina...5/4/08

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Meet President Bill ClintonSolutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton in Morganton, North Carolina!

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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Solutions for America Event with President Bill Clinton
307 Avery Avenue
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Join Hillary Clinton in Evansville, Indiana for a "Standing up for Jobs" Rally 5/5/08

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Hillary Clinton in Indianapolis, IndianaJoin Hillary Clinton for a “Standing Up For Jobs” Rally in Evansville, Indiana.

When
Monday, May 5, 2008 at 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Where
Central High School
5400 N 1st Street
Evansville, IN 47710
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Description
Join Hillary as she shares with Hoosier voters her plans to jumpstart the economy, create new, high wage jobs and strengthen the middle class.

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Hillary Clinton will stop in New Albany, Indiana 5/5/08 for "stand up for jobs" rally

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Stand up for jobs rally with Hillary ClintonJoin Hillary Clinton for a “Standing Up For Jobs” Rally in New Albany, Indiana.

When
Monday, May 5, 2008 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Where
New Albany Fire Department
316 East Spring Street
New Albany, IN 47150
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Hillary Clinton comes back to Merrillville, Indiana to kick off "get out to vote canvass" 5/5/08

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Get out to vote canvass with Hillary ClintonHillary Clinton Attends Canvass Kickoff Event - Merrillville, Indiana.

When
Monday, May 5, 2008 at 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Where
Merrillville Fire Department #2
7905 Taft Street
Merrillville, IN 46410
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Join Hillary Clinton as she stands up for jobs here in Indiana and kicks off Merrillville for Hillary's Get Out The Vote canvass!

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Hillary Clinton comes to South Bend, Indiana to kick off "get out to vote canvass"

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Hillary Clinton Attends Canvass Kickoff Event - South Bend, Indiana.

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Where
South Bend for Hillary Headquarters
613 East Jefferson Boulevard
South Bend, IN 46617
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Join Hillary Clinton as she stands up for jobs here in Indiana and kicks off South Bend for Hillary's Get Out The Vote canvass!

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Radmussen poll reports Barack loses 8 point lead over Hillary

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The Radmussen poll today reports that Hillary Clinton has erased the 8 point lead that Barack had early in the week... the poll suggest that Rev. Jeremiah Wright has a lot to do with Barack losing ground.

I say that it has a lot to do with Hillary and Bill Clinton hitting the streets hard and Barack Obama, thinking he has this in the bag and taking a break and not fighting as hard as he was...sort of reminds me of the Red Sox when they were down 0-3 to the Yankees with 2 outs and came back to win 4 straight and go on to win their first World Series Championship in ages...What if the Red Sox said that no one has ever came back from 0-3...what if?

If you are still unsure...I think you should check out the both candidates sites

Hillary Clinton's Site
Barack Obama's Site

We will see how this shakes out on Tuesday 5/6/08

Make sure you go out to vote... get there early.

In Indiana you can still vote early until 12pm.

Some people say that they should end this race as it is helping the Republicans remain in the White House...I say I would never want to see it end early...no matter how long it is drawn out, you never quit until it is over...the old saying..."quitters never win and winners never quit" that is so true for this presidential race this year.

Hillary and Barack, both have the passion to get in the White House...I say both keep fighting until the end... cause I would never be able to look at them if either one of them quit before it is settled...plus there are still 8 states with voters left to vote, that want to vote for their candidate.

How do you feel? I know it seems like this election has been going on forever, so how would you feel if you are not allowed to vote, when your candidate still has a chance?


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Hillary Clinton back in Indiana to kick off Ft Wayne, Indiana get out to vote canvass

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Hillary Clinton Attends Canvass Kickoff Event - Fort Wayne, Indiana.

When
Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM



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Where
Andorfer Commons at Indiana Tech
1600 East Washington Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN 46803
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Join Hillary Clinton as she stands up for jobs here in Indiana and kicks off Fort Wayne for Hillary's Get Out The Vote canvass!



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