Friday, April 19, 2013

Obama 'We Will Be Heard' Event - Milwaukee

The Obama campaign machine keeps chugging along, allegedly "Organizing for Action."

Here are details for the latest event:

When we said we're not letting up, we meant it:

The Senate failed to pass a proposal yesterday that would expand background checks for gun sales and keep kids safer, but we're not going to let that be the end of the story.

We're getting right back to the hard organizing we know is effective. The fact remains that more than 90 percent of Americans support these common-sense steps to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people, and it's up to us to make sure Congress knows we're not going away.

On Saturday, we'll be holding "We Will Be Heard" events in the states where senators hold the key to passing expanded background checks -- and there's one near you in Milwaukee. You'll get a chance to let your senators know exactly how you feel about the votes they cast on Wednesday -- and make sure they know you're not giving up this fight.

Join in here:

What: We Will Be Heard event in Milwaukee

Where: 517 East Wisconsin Avenue Suite 408
Milwaukee, WI 53202

When: Saturday, April 20th
12:00 pm

As the President said yesterday:

"...if action by Congress could have saved one person, one child, a few hundred, a few thousand -- if it could have prevented those people from losing their lives to gun violence in the future while preserving our Second Amendment rights, we had an obligation to try."

The families of Newtown -- and every family shattered by gun violence -- demand it. OFA is standing right there alongside them.

RSVP now for the event in Milwaukee on Saturday:

Thanks for making your voice heard.


Lindsay Siler
National Issue Campaigns Director
Organizing for Action

A movement of millions elected President Obama. Let's keep fighting for change. Chip in $5 or more to support Organizing for Action today.
Obama's team continues to exploit the deaths of the Newtown massacre.

To characterize that as unseemly is being kind.

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