viagra online viagra online viagra online without prescription generic viagra viagra online viagra online viagra online without prescription generic viagra

Obama campaign makes its way to Lenox

LENOX – Even though Massachusetts is far from a swing state, the Obama campaign has made its way to The Berkshires.

A Berkshire headquarters for the campaign has opened in Lenox and organizer Larry Goetz hopes that they can mobilize volunteers to to help the campaign in nearby New Hampshire.

“The most important thing supporters in The Berkshires can do is get in their cars and head to New Hampshire,” he said. “We need to do everything we can there.”

Mr. Goetz believes that the work they are doing there is paying off and that Obama will carry the state again in 2012.

“The great thing about the voters in New Hampshire is they really think about every vote, it is never about a straight party line,” he said. “And the unique thing about this election is that the more people know about his record and the man he is, the more voters think, the more likely they will vote for Barack Obama.”

Out of the office at 45 Walker St., volunteers have been planning those trips north and placing calls to registered votes to try and gather more votes.

The office is currently hosting calling sessions every Monday and Wednesday, but Mr. Goetz also encouraged volunteers to call from home.

“Right from barackobama.com you can get a list and place calls right from your own home; it is that easy, all you have to do is signup,” he said.

This Friday, the office will be hosting an Obama Campaign Briefing. The event is an introductory meeting to see how members of the community have been playing an important role in the president’s re-election efforts.

Attendees will hear from state campaign leaders and volunteers and plan upcoming events with the local “Berkshires for Barack” team. So far the team has already amassed 200 volunteers, and Mr. Goetz hopes that number only grows.

“We have been out in the community at events like the Apple Squeeze and Founders’ Day; we can always find more people to talk to,” he said.

The office is also planning to host watch parties for all the debates. The first debate will take place on Oct. 3 at 9 p.m.

You can also buy buttons and campaign signs at the office. For more information call Mr. Goetz and the rest of the volunteers at (413) 881-4088 or email them at berksforbarack@gmail.com.

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS
Posted by on September 27, 2012. Filed under Community News,Featured,National News,News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry
viagra online viagra online viagra online without prescription generic viagra viagra online generic viagra accutane buy phentermine viagra online viagra online viagra online without prescription generic viagra