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January 31, 2010   

Your votes are counting!

Last week, President Obama’s State of the Union address didn’t mention Sudan. But now is the chance for YOU to pose a follow-up question, and we at Enough urge you to ask him what he will do to ensure that widespread violence doesn’t break out during this crucial year of elections and preparations for the strong possibility that Sudan could split into two separate countries.

Tomorrow night, President Obama will answer questions provided by citizens like us. We’ve sent in a question on Sudan, and YOU have voted it near the top in the Foreign Policy category. Please vote now to make sure it’s #1!

We need to get the word out. Please don’t stop at voting, update your Facebook status to let your friends know:

“President Obama, we want answers on Sudan. Add your vote to urge the president to take our question. Click the following link and urge your friends to update their status with this message: http://bit.ly/az2jNx


Voting only takes a moment, so make your voice heard by voting for our question on Sudan.

We thank you for your support.

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