Last night, President Bill Clinton forcefully articulated the story of President Barack Obama and the tough choices he has made to lead us through the darkest days of the economic crisis. Watch and share the speech, then if you're as fired up as we are, chip in to help make sure we win this November.
First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage for the first night of the Democratic National Convention and delivered a powerful speech about family and the promise of America. Watch it—then if you're fired up, chip in to help us win.
Mitt Romney said this at the NAACP convention today: "If you want a president who will make things better in the African American community, you are looking at him." Really. But he neglected to mention a few important things during his speech to the nation's oldest civil rights organization.
The last stop for Mitt Romney's bus tour is his home state of Michigan. But don't expect a happy homecoming: In addition to arguing that we should "let Detroit go bankrupt," the policies that Romney is proposing would cut student aid for 337,000 students and jobs for 9,900 teachers. And 510,000 Michigan families would see their taxes go up by an average of $900.
Send this postcard to your friends to tell them what Michigan already knows: Romney economics would be a disaster for our country.
Today, Mitt Romney's bus rolls through Iowa. The Hawkeye State is getting its introduction to Romney economics—and middle-class families aren't liking what they're seeing: higher taxes, fewer teachers, and higher costs for college.
Share this postcard from Iowa to get the word about about what Romney economics means for the middle class.