Senator Jeff Bingaman and supporters from across Santa Fe County were on hand for the September 14th re-dedication of OFA New Mexico's office in the state capital. The Democratic Senator, who is retiring after three decades of serving the people of New Mexico, laid out the stark choice that New Mexico voters face in this election, saying that he's never seen an election "where the contrast is so great."
With less than two months until Election Day, volunteers across the country made this week count by opening new offices, registering folks to vote, and making phone calls. Take a look at some of the photos, then sign up to join volunteers in your neighborhood.
The convention has ended, but the work is far from over. Volunteers across the country have been busy opening new offices and registering people to vote. Now, they’re getting ready for the weekend of action. Check out some photos from this week in the field, then find an event near you this weekend.
Peter from Santa Fe has two very good reasons for working so hard to re-elect President Obama: his wife and the child they are expecting.
My wife is in her 39th week of pregnancy. We want our child born in a democracy -- a country where everyone gets healthcare, where the corporations don't control the government, where women have equal rights and equal pay, where alternative energy is supported, and the middle class and impoverished get an equal chance to work and exercise their civil rights.