Lynn Whitfield recently visited a popular beauty salon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, All Dolled Up Salons and Stores, to speak about Obama’s initiatives and how it affects the African American woman at this time.
CELEBRITY ACTRESS LYNN WHITFIELD HITS BEAUTY SALON TO RALLY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN’S SUPPORT WITH AFRICAN AMERICANS FOR OBAMA
Obama supporter Lynn Whitfield hits African American hair salon for political talk forum
President Obama’s 2012 campaign team African Americans for Obama (AAFO) has been busy in the South Florida area getting the word out about this year’s critical election for President Barack Obama’s legacy. Celebrities from all over have been endorsing Obama not only with money but time also. Celebrities like Morgan Freeman, Salma Hayek, Al Pacino and more have aligned with Obama to maintain his White House position.
Celebrity Actress Lynn Whitfield and a host of other celebs have taken this pledge one step further as a part of a grass roots campaign to get the word out about this election. Lynn Whitfield recently visited a popular beauty salon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, All Dolled Up Salons and Stores, to speak about Obama’s initiatives and how it affects the African American woman at this time. This seemed to strike a chord with many African Americans in the salon who have been distant from the political process. Lynn Whitfield listened, answered questioned, signed up people to vote and informed the salon’s team and guests on Obama’s policies.
Event guest Linda Bailey said, “Meeting Lynn Whitfield was a great experience. She reminded us that we cannot procrastinate when it comes to voting. The election is in November and we need to be registered at least 29 days before. She talked about his health care initiatives and how it affects woman. She even mentioned wanting her 19 year old college daughter to be able to actually find a job when she graduates and that her own mother would actually be able to secure insurance despite a pre-existing medical condition. She brought the message home to the women in that shop, including myself.”
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