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How to Contact Barack Obama
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How to Contact Barack Obama

Intro: Want to send Barack a congratulatory message? Want to ask him about a specific issue? There is more than one way to contact Barack Obama. Follow these steps to find out how.


Step 1: To start off visit http://www.barackobama.com/index.php where you will find a brief survey you can fill out to give Obama and Biden your feedback. If you scroll down towards the bottom of the website, on the right, you will see links to Barack Obama’s Facebook, MySpace, and etc. These are numerous places where you can try and contact Obama.


Step 2: Write a letter. You can write Barack Obama a letter to any one of his numerous offices. Try writing to his presidential campaign headquarters at Obama for America, P.O. Box 8102, Chicago, IL 60680.


Step 3: To contact Barack Obama, send him an email or message. Send Obama a message through his MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/barackobama. Send Obama a message through http://www.linkedin.com/in/barackobama. Try sending him a message through his Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/barackobama.


Step 4: Call his office. The presidential campaign headquarters phone number is 866-675-2008. You can also try the senate offices at 202-224-2854.


Tips: Let be honest, there is probably no way Barack Obama will ever actually come in touch with you. He has over half a million posts on his Facebook and I don’t think he has time to read them all.


Good luck getting through to the new President.


Post a comment if you actually get a response from Barack Obama.

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