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Let the U.S. President know how you’re doing

The White House

Across the country, Americans are writing the President and telling him about their experiences — how their families are doing, what’s working, and what’s not.

The President wants to know what’s on your mind, too. Tell him how you’re doing.

This summer, he’s traveling around the country to spend time with folks like you who are writing him. He’s sitting down to eat meals with them, walking through their neighborhoods — seeing what their day looks like.

Every story he hears or reads sticks with him. It’s a constant reminder of who he’s fighting for. And those stories turn into real action.

And while President Obama can’t visit every front porch in America in person, there are other ways to get him there:

Share the view from your own front porch. Let the President know how your family is doing, what your community looks like, what’s working for you, and what isn’t.

Tell the President your story.