Posted: Jul 27, 2012 10:17 AM
Are you a parent interested in politics? How are you deciding who to vote for in the upcoming Presidential election? More moms are online and making everyday decision based on what they read on various sites. The Obama campaign has created a website just for you. Parents For Obama, is a site that educates parents about what the White House is doing for families. It is easy to navigate and has all the information you need to see what government is doing for kids and parents.
You can join groups online and create your own. "The number one source that women trust in deciding who to vote for is women like them -- the woman next to them at work, in yoga class, in book club," says Kate Chapek, National Women's Vote Director for the Obama campaign. There are videos about the Obama family and their move into the White House. Other families are featured, as well.
The site includes information about: Healthcare, Education, Workplace (Family and Medical Leave Act, and College (Student Loans and Pell Grants). An entire page is filled with Accomplishments for Families. You can see just what the government has done for parents and families in the last few years.
Is this a website you would find useful during the next few months leading up to the Presidential election? Would you like to see a site like this from all Presidential candidates?