ELECT OBAMA NOW Chairwoman, EMMY Nominated Actress Brenda Strong Unites Women Across America for, “Women Unite: Vote in October”

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Emmy nominated, Dallas TV star Brenda Strong leads the call as the Elect Obama Now Chairwoman uniting women to vote early in October. The goal is to secure a Barack Obama popular vote victory in October. Sending a clear message to the Electoral Collage that the people of America elected Barack Obama as the next President of the United States.

Women Unite: Elect Obama Now.

Elect Obama Now Chairwoman Brenda Strong with team.

. “Our goal with ‘Women Unite: Vote in October’, is to make sure we women send a clear, definitive message to all politicians that we will only elect politicians who serve women’s interests.” Brenda Strong.

EMMY Nominated Actress Brenda Strong, Chairwoman of Elect Obama Now is asking women to unite and vote early in October. “Our goal with ‘Women Unite: Vote in October’, is to make sure we women send a clear, definitive message to all politicians that we will only elect politicians who serve women’s interests,” said Ms. Strong. At ElectObamaNow.com voters can quickly find their State’s early voting start-date and end-date to mail-in or walk-in their vote.

Brenda Strong is known by tens-of-millions of Americans as the voice of Mary Alice Young on the hit American TV show Desperate Housewives. Brenda is a co-star on the new generation television program DALLAS, filmed in Dallas, Texas. Brenda’s Hollywood presence reaches over a hundred million U.S. and international fans, making her the perfect voice to champion “Women Unite: Vote in October.”

Elect Obama Now is a community driven group created by Luis Moro, a full-time single father of two girls, and President/CEO of The Planet Generation, a new social media website currently beta development. Mr. Moro says, “I’m committed to my daughters having unrestricted equal rights, equal opportunities, and absolute sovereignty over their own bodies and life choices. The current GOP leaders take the opposite actions of women’s freedoms.”

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