President Obama Documentary Will Debut In Houston Thursday
March 12, 2012

With a recent CBS poll showing his favorability numbers have hit an all time low, maybe President Barack Obama can regain his mojo at the movies.

This Thursday, the controversial documentary voiced by actor Tom Hanks will make its debut in Houston.  Check out the trailer here

Here’s the invitation sent by the Obama/Biden 2012 campaign.

This Thursday, you’re invited to the premiere of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim’s documentary about President Obama’s first three years in office and the tough calls he made to get our country back on track.Be the first to see it — and make sure others do, too.If you know anyone who needs to know about the progress we’ve made under President Obama, this is the film that they need to see.Check out the trailer (if you recognize the narrator’s voice — that’s Tom Hanks) and join a screening in Houston this Thursday, March 15th. RSVP now to save your seat.Here are the details:

What: The Road We’ve Traveledscreening in HoustonWhere: 1445 North Loop W
Houston, TX 77008When: Thursday, March 15th
6:00 pmRSVP now

When President Obama took office, our economy was in crisis, with 750,000 people losing their jobs every month, the auto industry near failure, and the markets close to collapse.

The Road We’ve Traveled follows the tough decisions the President made to bring our nation back from the brink and fight for the security of the middle class, from reining in Wall Street to ending the war in Iraq, reforming health care, and getting millions of Americans back to work.

The story’s told by the people who watched it unfold — like the First Lady, Vice President Biden, President Bill Clinton, and Elizabeth Warren.

Between now and November, this film will be one of the many tools we have to bring others into this campaign and get folks out to vote for the President.

Because you’re a part of this campaign already, you should see it first, then share it with everyone you know who’s been asking questions about the President’s record or needs to get more engaged around this election.

Why not invite them to come see it with you on Thursday?

So hold your seat for the screening in Houston, and then take a peek at the trailer as you’re getting ready for that night:



Jeremy Bird
National Field Director
Obama for America

P.S. — Check out the trailer here. If you’re not able to make it to the screening, you can sign up to watch the premiere online from this same link.