Emilia is a volunteer with President Obama's campaign in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her advice to anyone who's thinking of volunteering is this: "If you do support our President, you can't just sit back. Every single effort that a person could put in, even if it's one hour once a month, can make a difference. Talk to your neighbors, make sure people go to register to vote, get them out on November 6th. These are things anyone can do."
Stella is a Neighborhood Team Leader in the South Valley, the largest Hispanic community in Albuquerque. Every day, she's working to re-elect the President and support New Mexico Democrats. She says, "I strongly believe that President Obama has always represented working people, which I and most of my friends and family are part of. And, I do this for my daughters and my granddaughters to ensure they will always be treated as equal citizens."
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Olivia, an administrative assistant, supports the President because "He shares the same views that I do, and he's working to get jobs back into the U.S., helping with college loans-that's very important. And when he came out and was supportive of gay marriage, I thought that was awesome of him. Because I know that in our climate, it's kind of okay to stand on the sidelines, and he didn't-he really stood up."