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June, 2009

Campaign 2006 Online — Four Insiders’ Views

On December 1st, the New Organizing Institute and the Center for American Progress hosted a discussion among four participants in campaign 2006: Benjamin Rahn from ActBlue, Megan Matson from Mainstreet Moms Organize or Bust (a grassroots group), Tom Matzzie from MoveOn and Jessica Vanden Berg...

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You Kids Must Be Bored

So, e.politics had a sizable bump-up in traffic yesterday, both compared with the day before and with a normal Saturday. Everybody must be trapped somewhere for the holidays, already tired of Uncle Bob’s stories and the squalling of that lovely new cousin. I’m worn out from chasing...

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Quick Hits — December 20, 2006

I’m-trapped-in-East-Texas-for-a-week edition. Lessons from the Warner Campaign. Jerome Armstrong talks with Personal Democracy Forum — well worth checking out. Wall Street Journal whaps bloggers upside the head (apparently, most popular blogs are “downright appalling”)...

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Outstanding Advocacy Websites

Last week, I sent an innocent messsage out to the Progressive Exchange email list, asking folks to send along examples of good advocacy sites to help with a presentation I was finishing. The response was overwhelming, with people suggesting a good three dozen excellent sites and organizations...

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