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Thursday, September 30, 2004

Guest Poster: Ginny Schrader

Posted by DavidNYC

[Following up on our earlier guest post from Jeff Seemann, we now have one from none other than Ginny Schrader - who, incidentally, was just adopted by Atrios yesterday.]

Posted by Ginny Schrader

This is my first time blogging, so here we go! I wanted to write personally to say thank you for all the help you���ve given me so far and I look forward to working with you until we win on November 2nd!

I���m running to be a real voice for real people on health care, the economy, education and putting our first responders first. My daughter is a teacher and my son is a police officer - and I understand, and have lived through the struggles that everyday people go through. That is why I want to go to Washington, so the people of my district have real representation.

This campaign is the perfect example of how you are helping to change the future of politics. The blogosphere���s initial fundraising helped build the momentum our campaign is taking into the final stretch. Now our fundraising is going great, we are up on TV, and we have a top-notch organization already in the field.

From now until Election Day, I know you will continue to reinvent netroots activism. Refining these skills and bringing in new activists now will prove invaluable when we transition from campaigning to reforming.

So thanks again and I���ll keep in touch!


P.S. We���ve had ads running on Swing State Project for some time now, and I���ve been honored by how many of you have clicked through to find out more information. Your interest, ideas and support have proven to me what we can accomplish when we work together to progress our country.

Posted at 12:21 PM in Pennsylvania | Technorati


Hey there --

I'm surprised no one else has commented here to welcome you to this blog! :)

Yours was one of the first races outside of my current (VA) and former (NC) home states that really got me excited. I'm delighted by how well you're doing, and I'm looking forward to seeing your face on CSPAN in 2005!

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