To prepare for this weekend, when President Obama's supporters will be registering voters across the country, Stefanie Brown, National African American Vote Director, sent the following message to African Americans for Obama announcing a call with actress Nia Long:
Next weekend is a big one for African Americans for Obama: We're holding voter registration drives and Juneteenth celebrations across the country to build support for the President.
It's on us to step up and make sure the weekend is a success. That's why this Wednesday, June 13th, we're holding an exclusive conference call for members of African Americans for Obama with actress and fellow supporter Nia Long, to talk about our plans -- and what's coming up over the next few months.
Here are the details -- can you join the call?
What: African Americans for Obama call with Nia Long
When: Wednesday, June 13th, 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time
When you RSVP today, we'll send you all the details you need to call in on Wednesday.
State voting laws have changed a lot in the past two years -- so this weekend's voter registration drives are important.
As a member of African Americans for Obama, you're one of the leading voices for the President in your community. It's up to each of us to make sure our friends and neighbors know exactly what they have to do to cast their ballot.
We'll talk about all this and more with Nia Long on Wednesday. RSVP now:
Thanks, and talk to you soon.
National African American Vote Director
Obama for America