Barack Obama and Joe Biden The Change We Need Environmentalists for Obama


President-Elect Obama is hard at work getting this country back on track, but he’s counting on all of us to get involved.

I just signed up to learn more about the presidential transition, and I thought you might want to do the same.

Just visit Presidential Transition, www.change.gov/ and enter your e-mail address in the top right corner.


The Agenda

President-Elect Obama and Vice President-Elect Biden have developed innovative approaches to challenge the status quo in Washington and to bring about the kind of change America needs.

The Obama Administration has a comprehensive and detailed agenda to carry out its policies. The principal priorities of the Obama Administration include: a plan to revive the economy, to fix our health care, education, and social security systems, to define a clear path to energy independence, to end the war in Iraq responsibly and finish our mission in Afghanistan, and to work with our allies to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, among many other domestic and foreign policy objectives.

Your Administration

President-elect Barack Obama: www.change.gov/learn/presidentelect/

Vice President-elect Joe Biden: www.change.gov/learn/vicepresidentelect/

GSA Transition Directory: www.directory.presidentialtransition.gov

The Transition Directory was developed to introduce Presidential nominees, appointees, and members of the President-elect's Transition Team to the operation of the Federal government and to the resources available to help them begin their service in the new Administration.

An American Moment: Your Story: www.change.gov/page/s/yourstory

Your Weekly Address from the President-elect: http://change.gov/newsroom/entry/your_weekly_address_from_the_president_elect/

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