Candidate Barack Obama and the National Democratic Convention
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Candidate Barack Obama and the National Democratic Convention

Charlotte : NC : USA | Feb 07, 2012 at 11:18 AM PST
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I have just received an electronic mail, of candidate's extraordinary team, Barack Obama.

It is impossible that the Republicans win them the elections. Not we are in a good time to make tests. Barack, in spite of detractors, this consolidated. Inside the North American government or in campaign team, they are very accustomed to and coordinated. Each one has their made, but nobody goes for free.

In the presidential elections there won't be surprises. What do we bet?

Them trascribo the mail that I received, the first part is written by Julianna Smoot and the second for Joe Biden:

“Dear catalina,

I wanted to make sure you had a chance to see the email Vice President Biden sent last week about the Democratic National Convention in my home state of North Carolina.

The 2012 Convention is unlike any before it. We are opening the process up to thousands of people just like you, making it the most inclusive convention yet. And you can get to Charlotte by giving $5 or whatever you can right now and be entered to win airfare and accommodations of the week of the convention:

www.charlottein2012.com/involved/donate/airfareII

What would you do if you had the chance to be in Charlotte for this historic week? I hope I'll see you there.

Read through Vice President Biden's email and make sure to enter.

Thanks,

Julianna

________________________________________

From: Joe Biden

Sent: February 1, 2012

To: Julianna Smoot

Subject: Will you be there?

Dear Julianna,

A year ago today, we picked Charlotte as the site of our 2012 Democratic National Convention.

This convention is really going to be something else.

It'll be the most accessible convention ever -- providing folks around the country with new ways to share their ideas and connect with other Democrats at the grassroots level.

So how'd you like to win a trip there?

Donate $5 or whatever you can right now and you'll be automatically entered to win free airfare and accommodations for the week of the convention.

This convention is going to be about all of us coming together, putting our shoulders to the wheel, and re-committing to what we all started.

And it's going to be a heck of a good time.

This is going to be a historic week, and you can be right there in the thick of it.

Give $5 and be automatically entered to win that chance.

Thanks -- and hope to see you at the convention,

Joe”.

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