Hello Everyone:

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Since the campaign is heating up; make sure you get in the game with this wonderful way to possibly meet thePresident and First Lady on the campaign trail for dinner.  Deadline date to enroll is Tuesday, June 26th.
I inserted the photos from the Dinner with Barack and Michelle held on March 2, 2012 at a new Washington, D.C. restaurant Boundary Road.  
Three women were selected for the March dinner.  You can tell from Michelle’s e-mail below how much our President truly cares for women.

The following e-mail is from Michelle Obama:

Camille —

For the first 10 years of our marriage, Barack and I lived in an apartment in my hometown of Chicago.

The winters there can be pretty harsh, but no matter how snowy or icy it got, Barack would head out into the cold — shovel in hand — to dig my car out before I went to work.

In all our years of marriage, he’s always looked out for me. Now, I see that same commitment every day to you and to this country.

The only way we’ll win this election is if we can rely on one another like that, all the way to November 6th. Barack is working hard, but he can’t do this alone — he needs your help.

Make a donation today to build this campaign — when you do, you’ll be automatically entered to join Barack and me for a casual dinner:

https://donate.barackobama.com/Barack-and-Me

Your flight, your meal, your accommodations — that’s all taken care of. Just bring yourself and a guest, and get ready to enjoy a good meal together.

Thanks,

Michelle


 
Robert Newkirk, Sr., a Tennessee State University professor was
the guest of his daughter ReGina Newkirk a non-profit executive
from Nashville,TN

Cathleen Loringer, a former social worker from Wauwatosa, WI,
brought her husband, John Loringer, a Wauwatosa attorney as
her guest


 
Dinner hosts Michelle and Barack Obama conversing with:

Judy Glassman, a retired school administrator from Cambridge, MA,
who brought her husband Mitch Glassmana Cambridge artist,
as her guest

In the background; Boundary Road  staff  giving the President’s Dinner 
guests plenty of attention and service.



   
                      ReGina Newkirk’s father Robert Newkirk, Sr.
                               receives a hug from Michelle Obama
 



Side Note:  Michelle Obama is wearing a dress by Detroit  fashion designer Tracy Reese.  Tracy designed the boxy sweatshirt (attached photo) for the Runway-to-Win project. To view the 25 designers campaign apparel items: Visit:  Runway-to-Win Designers
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Run to Win!
Camille Mitchell
Ambassador
NCM Enterprises



No purchase, payment, or contribution necessary to enter or win. Contributing will not improve chances of winning. Void where prohibited. Entries must be received by June 26, 2012. You may enter by contributing to Obama Victory Fund 2012 here or click here to enter without contributing. Three winners will each receive the following prize package: round-trip tickets for winner and a guest from within the fifty U.S. States, DC, or Puerto Rico to a destination to be determined by the Sponsor; hotel accommodations; and dinner with President Obama on a date to be determined by the Sponsor (approximate retail value of all prizes $4,800). Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Promotion open only to U.S. citizens, or lawful permanent U.S. residents who are legal residents of 50 United States, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico and 18 or older (or age of majority under applicable law). Promotion subject to Official Rules and additional restrictions on eligibility. Sponsor: Obama for America, 130 E. Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60601.

 
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