Change.gov Website Launched By Barack Obama To Receive Feedback From Americans During Time Of Transition To US Presidency

by Trendy

President elect Barack Obama has launched the website Change.gov to invite American citizens to “Share Your Vision” with him and his team during the transition period. While Bush remains in charge of the White House, Barack Obama has already started working on his transition to becoming the United States President. Change.gov will carry all the latest news about what Barack Obama and his team are doing. It will also help common people to share their views and whatever they think should be done by the new government to put the country back on the track to progress.

The home page of Obama’s new website has a timer on the top showing how many days before Obama takes his oath as the new president. It also shows a quote from Obama that reads “Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that the world we leave our children is just a little bit better than the one we inhabit today.”. It also invites Citizens to share their ideas and visions with the following text – “The story of the campaign and this historic moment has been your story. Share your story and your ideas, and be part of bringing positive lasting change to this country.” You can also submit your story about this election and what you think about it. The website says “The story of this campaign is your story. It is about the great things we can do when we come together around a common purpose. We want to hear your inspiring stories from the campaign and Election Day.”

If you would like to share your ideas with President elect Barack Obama and his team, go to this page on change.gov. To keep yourself updated with Obama is doing during the transition, read the blog on change.gov.

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