Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Obama's Week By The Numbers

From The Obama Campaign:

The Obama campaign completed another week of unmatched grassroots organizing as voters become more engaged in the race. Here's a glance at the week by the numbers:

-More than 800 supporters canvassed New Hampshire towns last weekend.
Volunteers completed more than 140 phone bank shifts.
-More than 40 voters learned about Obama's healthcare plan at forums in Merrimack, Rochester, Portsmouth, and Nashua.
-More than 30 Granite Staters gathered together in Hudson and Kingston to discuss Obama's vision for a 21st-Century education system.
-New Hampshire Women for Obama held 10 roundtables around the state to discuss Obama's plan to ease the strain of balancing work and family.
-And Congressman Paul Hodes opened the campaign's Claremont office – bringing our total number of offices around the state to 15.

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