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Last 50 tweets from @BarackObama
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end, through her cancer, with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals. That’s how we remember her. But she also left instructions for how she wanted her legacy to be honored. My statement: obama.medium.com/my-statement-o…
 
If you're looking for a way to get involved in this upcoming election, sign up to volunteer as a poll worker for early voting and Election Day. You can help your community and make sure this election runs fairly and safely. Sign up: more.vote/next
 
There’s no feeling like finishing a book, and I’m proud of this one. In A Promised Land, I try to provide an honest accounting of my presidency, the forces we grapple with as a nation, and how we can heal our divisions and make democracy work for everybody.
 
Over the last few months, I've learned a thing or two from the young people in our country. I figured I would return the favor by sharing with you how to make a plan to vote in this upcoming election.

Get registered and vote early: votesave.us/obama

Video: @attn
 
Today we remember the lives we lost on 9/11. Even the smallest act of service is a way to honor them. And just like Jay Winuk, we can honor their memories through service. 911day.org
9/11 Day | 11 Good Deeds
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In reply to @ObamaFoundation
Jay Winuk remembers his brother Glenn as someone who always went the extra mile to help others. On Sept. 11, 2001, Glenn first helped evacuate his co-workers from their building, then ran towards the World Trade Center where he spent the final moments of his life saving others. pic.twitter.com/xD41gZKITa
 
The fires across the West Coast are just the latest examples of the very real ways our changing climate is changing our communities. Protecting our planet is on the ballot. Vote like your life depends on it—because it does.
 
Great to catch up with our next Vice President, @KamalaHarris. I wanted to make sure to share a few tips about serving alongside our friend @JoeBiden.
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
Today, we honor the generations of union workers who fought for the rights, power, wages, and benefits that built and sustained the great American middle class. #LaborDay
 
This Labor Day, let’s thank all those who've kept our country going this year—nurses, teachers, delivery drivers, food service workers, and many more. We can honor them by building our system back even better—so that essential workers are treated like it, pandemic or not.
 
It might be Labor Day weekend, but let’s all remember that we're still in the middle of a pandemic. Wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow the experts. It’ll save lives.
 
The election’s only two months from today. Americans all across the country are making their plans for how and when they’re voting this year, and I hope you are too. Get registered and make sure your friends, family, and neighbors do the same at IWillVote.com.
 
Completing the Census is crucial because it will shape our communities for the next decade. Everything from critical funds and resources for health care, infrastructure, and education to political representation. Complete it now online, by phone, or mail: 2020census.gov
Replying to @BarackObama
Right now, far too many marginalized communities and people of color aren't being counted. The impact of this could be felt for decades in our communities. Make sure you and your neighbors get counted: nytimes.com/2020/08/24/us/…
As Census Count Resumes, Doubts About Accuracy Continue to Grow
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Completing the Census is crucial because it will shape our communities for the next decade. Everything from critical funds and resources for health care, infrastructure, and education to political representation. Complete it now online, by phone, or mail: 2020census.gov
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.@JoeBiden is a man who learned to treat every person he meets with respect and dignity, living by the words his parents taught him: “No one’s better than you, Joe, but you’re better than nobody.” That empathy, that decency, the belief that everybody counts—that’s who Joe is. pic.twitter.com/RW8o39zQJL
Replying to @BarackObama
Joe and Kamala have what it takes to lead this country out of these dark times and build it back better. Join me in helping them get elected: JoeBiden.com
 
.@JoeBiden is a man who learned to treat every person he meets with respect and dignity, living by the words his parents taught him: “No one’s better than you, Joe, but you’re better than nobody.” That empathy, that decency, the belief that everybody counts—that’s who Joe is.
 
If you can volunteer as a poll worker for early voting and Election Day, I hope you’ll do it. You can help make sure this election runs fairly and safely—and that’s one of the most crucial things any of us can do for our country right now. Sign up here: PowerThePolls.org
 
Chadwick came to the White House to work with kids when he was playing Jackie Robinson. You could tell right away that he was blessed. To be young, gifted, and Black; to use that power to give them heroes to look up to; to do it all while in pain – what a use of his years.
 
As people exercise their right to protest all across the country––let the undeniable paths of our progress be a guide going forward: peaceful, sustained protest; strategic, committed organizing; and purposeful, overwhelming participation at the ballot box.
Replying to @BarackObama
If you’re looking to take action—or looking to educate yourselves on these issues—we’ve gathered some resources from the @ObamaFoundation that can help at obama.org/anguish-and-ac….
Anguish and Action
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As people exercise their right to protest all across the country––let the undeniable paths of our progress be a guide going forward: peaceful, sustained protest; strategic, committed organizing; and purposeful, overwhelming participation at the ballot box.
 
I commend the players on the @Bucks for standing up for what they believe in, coaches like @DocRivers, and the @NBA and @WNBA for setting an example. It’s going to take all our institutions to stand up for our values.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
There's a reason some people are working to make it harder to vote, especially for people of color. It’s because when we show up, things change. washingtonpost.com/politics/disin…
Replying to @BarackObama
Don’t let them convince you that your vote doesn’t matter. Make a plan to vote and register at iwillvote.com. Vote early if you can. Tell everyone you know to do the same.
I Will Vote
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Ella Baker, a giant of the civil rights movement, embodies the idea of ordinary people’s ability to create change. She fought for the right to vote and led a movement of young people towards the fight for freedom. You should know her name:

vox.com/policy-and-pol…
Replying to @BarackObama
There's a reason some people are working to make it harder to vote, especially for people of color. It’s because when we show up, things change. washingtonpost.com/politics/disin…
washingtonpost.com
 
Ella Baker, a giant of the civil rights movement, embodies the idea of ordinary people’s ability to create change. She fought for the right to vote and led a movement of young people towards the fight for freedom. You should know her name:

vox.com/policy-and-pol…
Biden called Ella Baker a giant of the civil rights movement. Her life was extraordinary.
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While other countries around the world have successfully managed this pandemic, we've seen things get worse. It's not too late for us to work towards recovery, but it's going to require leaders with coherent plans to move us forward.
theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
How the Pandemic Defeated America
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Tonight our next President @JoeBiden made the case for his vision for this country and his plan to get there. I'll be doing everything I can over these next 75 days to make sure we get it done. Join us: JoeBiden.com
 
Do make a plan right now for how you’re going to vote and vote early, by mail or in person: iwillvote.com
 
.@JoeBiden made me a better president. I’m asking you to believe in his and Kamala’s ability to help make us a better country. More importantly, I’m asking you to believe in your own and to help them, in this election and beyond.
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Barack Obama @BarackObama
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Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
.@BarackObama understands the enormous stakes of this election – and he knows better than anyone that @JoeBiden is exactly the leader we need for this moment.

Like or retweet and we’ll let you know as soon as he’s live at tonight’s #DemConvention!
 
Congrats, Joe. I’m proud of you.
It is the honor of my life to accept the Democratic Party's nomination for President of the United States of America. #DemConvention
 
The 19th amendment is the legacy of all those who marched and organized for transformational legislative change. Progress isn’t about just politics or protest––it’s about both. 100 years later, we’re all so much better off because of their commitment. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Suffrage at 100: A Visual History
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This is the Joe I know.
 
As Michelle said, we’ve got to do everything we can to elect @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. So make sure you have a plan to vote. Vote early. And tell everybody you know to register to vote at iwillvote.com.
I Will Vote
iwillvote.com
If we want to end the chaos and division—and keep alive the possibility of progress on the issues we hold dear—we’ve got to vote for @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris like our lives depend on it. Register today by texting VOTE to 30330. pscp.tv/w/cgnnAzF3QktB…
 
Over the past few months, I’ve spent a lot of time listening to music with my family. I wanted to share some of my favorites from the summer—including songs from some of the artists at this week’s @DemConvention. Hope you enjoy it.
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
You won’t want to miss @MichelleObama tonight at the #DemConvention!

Like or retweet this tweet and we’ll make sure you get a reminder before her speech.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
I talked to @davidplouffe about these attempts to undermine the election, what’s at stake right now, and why we have to do everything we can to elect @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. spoti.fi/2DLHyt4
Replying to @BarackObama
If you're in a state where you have the option to vote early, do that now. The more votes in early, the less likely you're going to see a last minute crunch, both at polling places and in states where mail-in ballots are permitted. Then tell everyone you know.
 
Everyone depends on the USPS. Seniors for their Social Security, veterans for their prescriptions, small businesses trying to keep their doors open. They can't be collateral damage for an administration more concerned with suppressing the vote than suppressing a virus.
Replying to @BarackObama
I talked to @davidplouffe about these attempts to undermine the election, what’s at stake right now, and why we have to do everything we can to elect @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. spoti.fi/2DLHyt4
Barack Obama - Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
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Everyone depends on the USPS. Seniors for their Social Security, veterans for their prescriptions, small businesses trying to keep their doors open. They can't be collateral damage for an administration more concerned with suppressing the vote than suppressing a virus.
 
Barack Obama Retweeted ·  
We are in a battle for the soul of this nation. But together, it's a battle we can win.

@JoeBiden—I'm ready to get to work.
 
I’ve known Senator @KamalaHarris for a long time. She is more than prepared for the job. She’s spent her career defending our Constitution and fighting for folks who need a fair shake. This is a good day for our country. Now let’s go win this thing.
 
I will never forget the commitment to reconciliation and peace that I encountered in Hiroshima in 2016. The memory of August 6, 1945, must never fade; it allows us to fight complacency. It fuels our moral imagination. It allows us to change. obama.org/updates/75th-a…
Young Leaders Continue Peacebuilding 75 Years After the Atomic Bombings
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In reply to @BarackObama
Let’s guarantee that every citizen has equal representation in our government. And end partisan gerrymandering, so that all voters have the power to choose their politicians. And if all this takes eliminating the filibuster—a Jim Crow relic––then that’s what we should do.
Replying to @BarackObama
We have to treat voting as the most important action we can take on behalf of democracy. So make sure you are registered to vote. Request a mail-in ballot early and send it back early. Then get your family and friends to do it, too. Every vote counts. iwillvote.com
I Will Vote
iwillvote.com
 
In reply to @BarackObama
We can do this by making sure every American is automatically registered to vote, including formerly incarcerated people. Let’s also make sure to add more polling places, expand early voting, and make Election Day a national holiday.
Replying to @BarackObama
Let’s guarantee that every citizen has equal representation in our government. And end partisan gerrymandering, so that all voters have the power to choose their politicians. And if all this takes eliminating the filibuster—a Jim Crow relic––then that’s what we should do.
 
In reply to @BarackObama
We've got to fight harder to protect the right to vote. It’s one of the most powerful tools we have––and we can start by passing the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. Once we pass that, we should continue marching forward to make it even better.
Replying to @BarackObama
We can do this by making sure every American is automatically registered to vote, including formerly incarcerated people. Let’s also make sure to add more polling places, expand early voting, and make Election Day a national holiday.
 
Today is the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act––one of the crowning achievements of our democracy. But once the Supreme Court weakened it, some state legislatures unleashed a flood of laws designed specifically to make voting harder, especially in communities of color.
Replying to @BarackObama
We've got to fight harder to protect the right to vote. It’s one of the most powerful tools we have––and we can start by passing the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. Once we pass that, we should continue marching forward to make it even better.
 
Today is the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act––one of the crowning achievements of our democracy. But once the Supreme Court weakened it, some state legislatures unleashed a flood of laws designed specifically to make voting harder, especially in communities of color.
 
I’m proud to endorse this diverse and hopeful collection of thoughtful, empathetic, and highly qualified Democrats. If you’re in one of their districts or states, make sure you vote for them this fall. And if you can, vote early—by mail or in person. medium.com/@BarackObama/f…
 
Welcome home, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug! We launched the Commercial Crew program to strengthen our U.S. space program and it's been great to see its success. This historic NASA-SpaceX mission is a symbol of what American ingenuity and inventiveness can achieve.
 
This pandemic is far from over––and our medical professionals continue to put their lives on the line to keep our country going. @JoeBiden and I had a chance to thank Dr. @Craig_A_Spencer for his work during the Ebola crisis and this current pandemic.
 
John believed that in all of us, there exists the capacity for great courage and a longing to do what’s right. We are so lucky to have had him show us the way. I offered some thoughts today on his life and how, like him, we can give it all we have. obama.medium.com/my-eulogy-for-…
 
John spent his entire life fighting for justice and equality––and now he has left behind his marching orders for all of us.

nytimes.com/2020/07/30/opi…
Opinion | John Lewis: Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation
nytimes.com
 
 
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