Tuesday, January 20, 2009


Some pictures I took while volunteering with the Obama campaign

November 4, 2008
Some Obama supporters near my house in Rhode Island

Meeting in Providence, Rhode Island to organize to get twice the needed signatures in one day to put Barack Obama on the Rhode Island ballot.
November 2007

Rhode Island Obama Volunteers William Pierce, Sandra Hammel and Marshala Lee
in Providence, Rhode Island.

Bringing in signatures on the petition to put Barack Obama's name
on the Rhode Island ballot.
December 7, 2007

Craig Robinson and William Pierce

Craig and Kelly Robinson

Craig Robinson (Michelle Obama's brother) and Sandra Hammel
Above and below.

January 8, 2008 Nashua, New Hampshire the Primary Night Party
Barack and Michelle Obama as they were coming to greet us.
This is the night of the speech that took off as the "Yes, We Can" speech.

Greeting volunteers January 8, 2008 in Nashua, New Hampshire

After Irish TV interviewed me.

At a private home - used as the "staging area" to give us our daily assignments to go door-to-door in New Hampshire. The young lady on the right worked on Barack's staff when he was a Senator. The woman in the center was from Australia and came just for the day to help. I was there for one week prior to the New Hampshire primary.

Richard Wolffe,
White House Correspondent, Newsweek writer, MSNBC commentator
and an unflattering picture of Sandra Hammel

Snowman for Obama
At the staging area's house in New Hampshire where we met daily.

Michelle Obama came to Warwick, Rhode Island
February 20, 2008

Michelle Obama in Warwick, Rhode Island
She was introduced by her brother, Craig Robinson,
who at the time was the basketball coach at Brown University

Youth for Obama
March 1, 2008

Barack Obama in Rhode Island
at Rhode Island College
March 1, 2008

Edward Mutanguha, student from Kigali, Rwanda,
Senator John Kerry and a professor at Salve Regina University
Newport, Rhode Island, March 2008.
Obama Campaign Office ~ above two pictures and one picture below.

Praising the young people's involvement
and introducing Senator John Kerry
to volunteers.

It's All Right - Sung by Curtis Mayfield

All of the pictures that I took above were in previous posts:

Getty Picture
NASHUA, NH - JANUARY 08: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) supporter Sandra Hammel reacts to poll results as she await his arrival at a primary night rally in the gymnasium at the Nashua South High School on January 8, 2008 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Initial polls show Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Obama in a tight race in the nation's first primary.


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