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Friday, September 17, 2004

Making a Difference in the Field

Posted by DavidNYC

I hope everyone who was celebrating Rosh Hashanah had a great holiday - I certainly did. I just wanted to quickly point your attention to this diary by Dan who went to Ohio for five days of volunteer work. He & a friend hit up several different offices, including one of ACT's and a couple of Kerry's. In addition to doing all kinds of campaign work, Dan & Amanda also managed to get Kerry HQ to take action to shore up a flagging satellite office. Nicely done. Just goes to show you can make a big difference if you spend a few days in a swing state.

Posted at 07:47 PM in Activism, Ohio | Technorati


This is a post to plug the SWAK chain letter that this grassroots organization I'm a part of has put together to encourage single women to vote -- 22 million single women did not vote in the last election. Help spread the word -- download the chain letter and send it to 5 single women or add a SWAK logo to your web site.

Posted by: WAKEup! - Women Advocate Kerry Edwards at September 18, 2004 02:32 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment