Disclosure: I worked for the Lamont campaign doing web design and production and some writing for the official blog (from 9/5/06 to 11/07/06).

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

 

Listen To Bob

It's crunch time. Time to put your phone-dialing fingers where your blogging fingers usually are. Or something like that.

Sign up to volunteer in the last 13 days of the campaign.

This campaign has always been about people talking to people. And they've been doing it in amazing numbers via the Family, Friends, and Neighbors program and in other ways too.

This campaign is not about protecting entrenched Washington interests. It is not about rubber-stamping everything that's wrong with our government. It's about effecting real change. And if that's not worth fighting for, I don't know what is.
Comments:
Silly me, I thought this campaign was about everyone hating George Bush.
 
Charles -- I'm tied up moving stuff from a Baltimore apartment this weekend but will contact the Waterford office next week to see what I can do to help. I'm a phonaphobe but will continue to do one on one conversations -- I'm preaching to the choir with my friends, all of whom are voting for Ned. I've offered to walk over to the polls with neighbors who are Hispanic voters.

See, Neddy, your mommy has been reading the wrong info to you off the Ned blogs. Isn't it time for your play date?
 
Still trying to figure out what I stand for. Be right with you Chaucer.
 
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