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To submit a photo or artwork:
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To help you get started, is your story about
Has someone in your life benefited from the Affordable Care Act?
Are you a young adult who has been able to stay on your parent’s insurance plan?
Have you or someone you know been able to get insurance coverage after being denied for a pre-existing condition?
Are you or do you know a senior citizen who has benefited from lower prescription costs?
How have President Obama’s steps to create jobs and boost the economy affected you?
How has President Obama’s record of cutting taxes for the middle class affected you or the people in your life?
What does President Obama’s work to support equal rights mean to you?
What change have you seen as a result of the President’s efforts to support education?
Why are you standing up for President Obama’s record on energy and the environment?
If you get stuck, try answering one of these questions:
Which of the President’s achievements has affected you or someone in your life most directly?
How is your life different now than it was before President Obama was elected?
Why are you lending your voice to President Obama’s campaign?
If you could talk to the President for one minute, what would you tell him?
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