Bush-Cheney '04 Launches Grassroots Action Site at GeorgeWBush.com
Bush-Cheney '04 today unveiled its complete campaign Web site at www.GeorgeWBush.com.
Issue-specific action centers enable supporters to easily write news editors, call talk radio shows, and email friends and family about the issues that are important to them. They can also register to vote, order an absentee ballot, and contribute to the President's campaign quickly and easily online.
The new features include:
Bush Team Leader Action Center: Volunteer to help the President's campaign in your local area, write news editors, call your local radio shows and more at www.GeorgeWBush.com/GetActive.
Photo Album: Photo galleries of President Bush, Vice President Cheney, First Lady Laura Bush, and Mrs. Lynne Cheney feature photos that are easily forwarded to friends and family at www.GeorgeWBush.com/News/PhotoAlbum.aspx.
Free screen savers, and computer wallpapers: At home or work get your computer and Web site decked out in the latest from Bush-Cheney '04 with screensavers, wallpapers and banners at www.GeorgeWBush.com/WStuff/Downloads.aspx.
Check out these great new features and more at www.GeorgeWBush.com
A Special Message from President Bush
For the launch of GeorgeWBush.com, the President wrote a special message to the grassroots supporters of his campaign. The following is an excerpt.
President Bush: "Together we are laying the groundwork for a strong nationwide effort next year. Thank you in advance for the emails you will send, the phone calls you will make, the signs you will put in your yard, and the other grassroots activities that will support our re-election and help us achieve victory. My campaign is going to take a hopeful and optimistic message to the American people. I hope you will show your support by taking action in your community."
Read the President's complete message to grassroots supporters.
Help spread the President's positive message using our Action Center.
President Joins Volunteers in Working to Restore National Park
On Friday, President Bush joined volunteers to help restore the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and announce the tremendous progress his Administration has made in protecting the nation's 80 million acres of park land. Thanks to the President's leadership, a complete inventory of maintenance needs at our national parks is being conducted for the first time in U.S. history. The Bush Administration has completed over 900 improvement projects with an additional 900 underway.
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