Michiganders who support President Obama

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Here’s a great way folks in Michigan can show their support for President Obama:

Participate in this Saturday’s Democratic caucus, and cast a vote for the President.

The caucus is a great opportunity to come out, meet other supporters in your area, and make your voice heard. And even though we already know that President Obama will be our nominee, it’s important that we let him know we’re standing with him, now and this November.

Commit to caucus now, and look up the caucus location in your neighborhood.

Here’s everything you need to know:

Who can caucus: You must be 18 or older and registered to vote (or, if you’ll be eligible to vote by November, you must pledge that you’ll register by then).

What to expect: Bring proof that you live in the area served by the caucus location — photo ID is required.

When and where to caucus: Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. — and you must be in line by 11:00 a.m. to participate in the caucus. You can look up your local caucus location here.

Caucusing is a pretty incredible experience: It’s one of the few times when we can participate in our democracy face to face, and see the results right in front of us.

So whether you’ve been to a caucus before, or you’re brand-new to this experience, don’t miss the Michigan Democratic caucus this Saturday, May 5th.

Commit to caucus now:




Erin McCann
Michigan Field Director
Organizing for America

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