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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

BlogPAC: Governor Dean Conference Call

Posted by Bob Brigham

The call with Governor Dean is beginning right now. I'll have live-blog updates in the extended entry.

P.S. Sign up with BlogPAC!

Empowering people in 50 states with grassroots campaigns.

Don't be counter-productive with contacting DNC members, but he is saying it is fine to contact members in your state.

Reform is on the way.

Annatopia is live blogging.

Dean wants to focus on training young activists.

Won't shut down DFA.

Touts experience.

DFA has more people now than when Dean left Presidential race.

Split position (co-chair) is impossible.

There are a lot of good people in Washington.

We need to language, not beliefs.

When he is asked what he thinks he'll say it.

Job of DNC Chair isn't to be lone spokesman, it is to win elections.

Won't become somebody he isn't.

Blog for America is going to start rolling out detailed plans, campaign will be run through DFA.

Posted at 05:04 PM in Activism | Technorati


If you come across an MP3 of this, it would be great for the rest of us.


Posted by: Paul at January 12, 2005 05:26 PM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

You know that song by Eminem, "if you had one shot, once chance..?" Well, today I had a chance to talk to a political hero of mine, and I couldn't take it.

I was on the call with Bob, but since we had Irish dancers banging away on the floor above this office, during the entire conference call, I listened to the entire thing on mute out of respect.

I will chime in with my thoughts on the call tomorrow. Let Bob's post soak in and I'll give a different impression in 12 hours.


Posted by: Tim T. at January 12, 2005 11:06 PM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment