A Thank You Message From Senator Obama

Barack ObamaToday, I was honored and priviledged to be part of a conference call for the National Leadership Team for Women for Obama.

The Leadership Team consists of a select group of women from around the country who have demonstrated through their work in the campaign, leadership qualities in the area of organizing and getting the word out. I am humbled to have been included amongst these women early in the campaign.

The clip below includes the audio from the phone call, during which the Senator (along with Becky Carroll, National Director of Women for Obama) thanked the Leadership Team for our work, and encouraged us to stay focused as we head into the primary season and beyond:

Fired up? Ready to go?

About Patricia Wilson-Smith

Patricia Wilson-Smith is a freelance writer and author of the romantic comedy "Duped By Love". She is a regular contributor to She Unlimited Magazine, and covers special events as a special on-air correspondent.
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2 Responses to A Thank You Message From Senator Obama

  1. Villager says:

    Congrats young sista!

  2. Brendan says:

    I just found this site, and it’s very inspiring.

    Have you seen this piece in today’s Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/12/26/AR2007122601888_3.html

    “The Steepest Climb
    For Black Candidates, the Presidency Has Long Been Out of Reach. In 2008, the Goal Doesn’t Seem So Unattainable.

    Barack Obama has already soared to a place that no black politician has ever reached. He sits on a crest above the vast expanse of the national electorate, not squeezed into a niche, not strapped for cash, a sudden comfortable surprise among the presidential front-runners. They say he caught lightning in a jar. Some say the lightning catcher can win.”

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