"The first time I heard then Senator Barack Obama speak, I knew he was the right person to handle our country, and I wasn't wrong. When he announced his candidacy in 2007, I took it upon myself to get him elected by calling all over the country, knocking on doors, and talking with whoever was willing to listen to me. Today, I'm still involved—I'm a translator for the campaign, I make phone calls, knock on doors, and talk to anyone."
"His healthcare reform, Obamacare, let my oldest son stay on our family’s insurance. This law helps every family, whether they're Hispanics or not. And the payroll tax cut has let many folks keep a little more of their paychecks every week, in spite of the tough economic moment."
"We Latinos and women have so much to lose if the President is not re-elected. President Obama is fighting for our rights, for us. The future of America, and especially the future of our Latino community, depends on President Obama getting four more years to move our country forward."
"Voting is a privilege, don’t waste it. Vote!"