Armenians for Obama activists Karine Keshgegian and Ani Hagopian at the Delaware County Obama headquarters.
Armenians For Obama Activists Campaign For Senator Obama In Key Battleground State

September 25, 2008
Philadelphia, PA - Ani Hagopian, an Armenians for Obama activist, and Karine Keshgegian, an Armenian-American Community Activist, went door to door in Delaware County, PA to promote Senator Obama and ensure his victory in this key battleground on Nov. 4th.

"It was really exciting to participate in battleground state. So much emphasis is being put on Pennsylvania and the time I have been spending here has been intense and non-stop," said Hagopian. She added, "You can tell the amount of effort people are putting into the campaign is making a difference."

Hagopian has been in Pennsylvania for the past week, working daily with the Obama campaign and volunteering on behalf of Armenians for Obama. Additionally, Hagopian and ANC activists from the Philadelphia area have been focusing attention on voter registration and engaging and educating the community about the election. "Having Karine participate was great. She isn't even old enough to vote yet, but her enthusiasm was great throughout the whole day and she was really interested in learning about where Senator Obama stands on Armenian issues," says Hagopian.

Armenians for Obama has taken an active role in campaigning for Senator Obama in numerous states, including, California, Nevada, Colorado, Michigan, and Virginia.

Armenians for Obama is a nationwide voter registration, education, and mobilization effort dedicated to electing Barack Obama President. Based in Los Angeles, and with chapters and affiliates across the nation, Armenians for Obama will harness the energy and enthusiasm for Barack Obama's candidacy to ensure record high Armenian American turnout in critical battleground states.