Have Obama’s Back – vote Democrats into Congress!
Recently the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee started a new campaign – called “Have His Back”.
The idea is to encourage people to make sure they don’t just vote for president, but also in congressional elections – and to vote for Democrats.
Since the Republicans took the majority of the House of Representatives they have been deliberately voting against everything Obama supports – no matter how much it hurts the country.
The official page promoting the campaign is here: Have His Back.
I made more images for this campaign for people to use on their sites, mostly smaller ones because the one the DCCC provides is a bit big for many people’s sites and blogs.
The first image below is a smaller version of the one they provide – if you want to use it on your site – just right click and save. Or if you don’t have any server space, feel free to link to mine. I don’t mind having some bandwidth used up – its worth it for the cause.
I also made some much smaller and somewhat modified versions for people who need smaller ones for blogs or whatever. Same as above, save or link to mine. If you need a different size, or want different text, let me know and I’ll try to help.
Need the code to add an image to your site or blog? Let me know, and I’ll get it for you.
– this one is the same as the one the DCCC provides, only smaller:
These are a bit modified and smaller, I had to change the text a bit for it to fit onto something smaller and still be readable:
a couple of 125×125’s:
Most importantly, please vote and don’t forget the congressional races. Obama can’t get anything accomplished if the Republicans keep blocking him. And we all suffer the consequences.
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