Help Obama, win a trip to see where he was born
Have a hankering to visit a hospital in Hawaii?
Progress Now, a liberal grass roots group, launched a new program to urge people across the country to help Obama pass healthcare reform and enact his other core campaign promises.
According to a press release, this campaign is the first part of the national launch of the ’50 Ways You Can Help Obama Change America’ — a book by ProgressNow founder Michael Huttner.
“The campaign and book are designed to inspire more people to help — at a time when progressive values are under attack in Washington and across the nation,” Huttner said.
ProgressNow and its state partners are seeking entries on how to help Obama change America. You can enter the contest by clicking here.
The grand prize will be a trip for two to Honolulu for a private tour of the hospital where Obama was born, followed by a chance to take part in a community service project there on Jan 18.
The contest comes as Obama struggles to win enough support in Congress to pass a plan to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system amid mounting public skepticism and unified Republican opposition.
Photo credit: Reuters/Hugh Gentry (Obama supporter at campaign party after November election)