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Friends

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Today, we are filing papers to launch our 2012 campaign.



We're

doing this now because the politics we believe in does not start with expensive

TV ads or extravaganzas, but with you -- with people organizing block-by-block,

talking to neighbors, co-workers, and friends. And that kind of campaign takes

time to build.



So even though I'm focused on the job you elected me to

do, and the race may not reach full speed for a year or more, the work of laying

the foundation for our campaign must start today.



We've always known that

lasting change wouldn't come quickly or easily. It never does. But as my

administration and folks across the country fight to protect the progress we've

made -- and make more -- we also need to begin mobilizing for 2012, long before

the time comes for me to begin campaigning in earnest.



As we take this

step, I'd like to share a video that features some folks like you who are

helping to lead the way on this journey. watch:









In the coming days, supporters like you will

begin forging a new organization that we'll build together in cities and towns

across the country. And I'll need you to help shape our plan as we create a

campaign that's farther reaching, more focused, and more innovative than

anything we've built before.



We'll start by doing something

unprecedented: coordinating millions of one-on-one conversations between

supporters across every single state, reconnecting old friends, inspiring new

ones to join the cause, and readying ourselves for next year's

fight.



This will be my final campaign, at least as a candidate. But the

cause of making a lasting difference for our families, our communities, and our

country has never been about one person. And it will succeed only if we work

together.



There will be much more to come as the race unfolds. Today,

simply let us know you're in to help us begin, and then spread the

word:



http://my.barackobama.com/2012



Thank

you,



Barack
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