Monday, April 4, 2011

Obama announced this week his candidacy for re-election

The U.S. president, Barack Obama, will announce, probably on Monday, his intention to run for reelection in 2012, according to Democratic sources quoted Sunday by several U.S. media. The CNN television network said the team will direct the campaign will present the necessary documents to the Federal Election Commission.

"Obama launched his bid when consolidating economic recovery and the Republican Party has a set of would-be candidate who is weak and fractured," said the newspaper Politico. If the Obama campaign is recorded this week will be a little earlier than usual for an incumbent president and give the advantage to start fundraising in what promises to be the most expensive campaign in U.S.

history. Politico said the Obama campaign could raise around U.S. $ 1,000 million and that "operations will be based in Chicago, a few blocks from the headquarters of his historic 2008 campaign." It is expected that the first announcement comes in the form of a message in social networks, sent by Obama supporters.

"The site (Obama) over the Internet is ready, the button to make donations has already been tested, and phone lists to call the key political supporters are ready," says Politico. CNN says the president has already made phone calls to major donors, and on Monday will be Vice President Joe Biden in New Hampshire to meet with the groups that play a key role in this state, where some of the primary dispute earlier.

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