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Obama Plans Big Effort to Build Support Among Women

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President Obama’s campaign will use the debate over the new health care law to amplify an appeal that seems to be benefiting from clashes on birth control and abortion.
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s re-election campaign is beginning an intensified effort this week to build support among women, using the debate over the new health care law to amplify an appeal that already appears to be benefiting from partisan clashes over birth control and abortion.
On Monday, mailings will go out to one million women in more than a dozen battleground states in three separate versions for mothers, young women and older women...
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s re-election campaign is beginning an intensified effort this week to build support among women, using the debate over the new health care law to amplify an appeal that already appears to be benefiting from partisan clashes over birth control and abortion.

On Monday, mailings will go out to one million women in more than a dozen battleground states in three separate versions for mothers, young women and older women...(more)

Last Updated (Monday, 12 March 2012 03:59)

 
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--- Congressman John Dingell, upon learning the sexual meaning of the term "teabagging" as quoted in Robert Draper's new book, Do Not Ask What Good We Do (tip of the hat to Slate.com for their review.)