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Hillary Urgers Supporters to Rally for Obama

Monday, 22 Sep 2008 01:55 PM

By Jim Meyers

Hillary Clinton has issued a “call to action” urging her supporters to get involved in Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

“As we continue to read the headlines about our troubled economy, the stakes of this election only get higher,” Clinton said in a statement.

“Today I am asking all of you to hit the phones, hit the road, and spread the word that we must elect Barack Obama president and we must send a filibuster-proof majority to Congress.

“This is a call to action. We all have a role. And there is not a moment to lose. Tell them that Hillary sent you.”

The Web site of Hillary’s political action committee provides information on canvassing, phone banking, blogging and other activities, the Boston Globe reported.

Each weekend the Clinton effort will concentrate on a different battleground state, beginning with New Hampshire.

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