To the Editor:
In less than three weeks, the major political parties will hold a caucus to determine which presidential candidate should represent their respective party in November's election. This caucus, held locally, is the basis of a free and democratic society. This caucus is the first step for local citizens to have a loud voice to choose their candidate to run for president.
Local citizens have formed a committee to nominate Sen. Barrack Obama to be the President of the United State. Sen. Obama offers a fresh view of how to solve the many problems facing the average American. He has concrete ideas on ways to assist the veterans and help rural communities maintain infrastructure and access to better medical services.
We urge each and every affiliated registered voter to attend their party's caucus at 7 p.m. Feb. 5. For those of you who wish to nominate Sen. Obama as the Democratic Party's candidate for president, call Mike Frazier at 824-2124 or Terrie Barrie at 824-2260 and learn how you can help.
For those of you who wish to learn more about the senator's position on issues, please visit his Web site at www.barackobama.com.
Democracy in actions begins at the local level. It starts with the caucus.
Make your voice heard.