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Monday, November 5, 2007

Obama '08

Since I've lived here in Singapore (almost 3 years), I've felt out of touch with the politics back home. In the past three years, no politician has bothered to listen to Americans living in Singapore -- if they did, they sure didn't call me!

Barack Obama is different though, I received the following invitation and thought I would share it with my fellow American ex-pats living in Singapore. If you're interested in attending (I will be), then be sure to RSVP by Saturday, November 10.

Please join


Mike Dardzinski (Beijing), Erin and Chris Keogh (Beijing), Robert Roche (Shanghai), Jehan Chu (Hong Kong), Benjamin Brown (Singapore) Ravin Gupta (Singapore), Arian Ardie (Jakarta), Harry Hill (Nagoya), and Brent O’Leary (Tokyo), Lauren Shannon (Tokyo)


Monica Lynn Debiak, Kaiser Kuo, Anne Wilbur and Jim Morrison, Scott Palmer, Christopher Ruggles, Ada Shen, Auria Styles, Julie Kohn and Dan Swift, Robert Edwards (Singapore)


John Holden, Jonnel Latham, Gabriel Lopez, Alexandra Robinton, Anne Stevenson-Yang, Joseph Moody (Singapore), William Helman (Singapore)

for an

Americans Abroad in Asia Teleconference



benefiting Obama for America

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Reception @ 7:30PM – Teleconference @ 9:30PM

The Dubliner Singapore

Winsland Conservation House
165 Penang Rd
Singapore 238461
Tel: +65 6735 2220

Sponsor: Raise/Write $2,300

Chair: Raise/Write $1,000

Co-Chair: Raise/Write $500

Host: Bring 5 people OR Donate US$250.0

RSVP Online:

If you have questions, please contact Erin Keogh at (China) B. Brown (Singapore)

Call 001 312 819 2545 to speak with Daniel Dozier ( Official Obama Campaign Contact for the event)

**Please note: Only US Citizens and Permanent US Residents may contribute to US political campaigns**

Obama for America does not accept contributions from currently registered federal lobbyists, registered foreign agents,

political action committees, or minors under the age of 16.

Contributions to Obama for America are not tax deductible.

Federal law prohibits the acceptance of corporate contributions

Paid for by Obama for America

1 comment:

The [Cherry] Ride said...

Obama is great. But I'm going with Hil.