• Why I give: “He’s fighting for all people"

    Sarah lives in North Carolina on a fixed income, but she doesn’t let it stop her from giving to the campaign every month.

    “I make sure I give something—even if it’s a little bit. President Obama is out there fighting. He isn’t simply fighting for himself—he is fighting for all people. I see what he’s trying to do. I see his vision. I give because I’m thinking about my grandchildren and my great-grandchildren. This man is going to make a difference for the generations to come.”

    Sarah has seen changes in her everyday life since President Obama took office.

    “Some people don’t understand that we are struggling—especially people who have retired with nothing. Words cannot describe what President Obama has done. I am much better off. He saved my home. My medications have gone down. My blood pressure medicine used to cost me $153 every month. Now it only costs $6 a month.”

    Another four years in office is what President Obama needs to continue strengthening this country, Sarah adds.

    “We have a fantastic president who has all people in mind and who wants all of us to succeed. He’s going to continue doing what he started.”

    Sarah insists upon the importance of giving in some way—be it time or money—to this campaign.

    “Even if I only give $1 a month, I have to keep going for him. Pretty soon, I’ll be getting my car tuned up to take people to the polls come November 6th.”

    3.1 million people like Sarah own a part of this campaign. You can, too.

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