Wednesday, May 28, 2008

RBC Meeting: How to Make a Positive Impact this Weekend


On the RBC Meeting: How to Make a Positive Impact this Weekend

by Christopher Hass, Wednesday, May 28, 2008 at 03:36 PM

On Saturday, the Rules and Bylaws Committee of the Democratic National Committee will meet in Washington D.C. to determine whether Florida and Michigan delegates should be allowed to participate at the Democratic convention in August. We look forward to the meeting proceeding smoothly—and we're asking that our supporters not demonstrate or disrupt the proceedings in any way.

Instead, we're urging supporters from across the region to make a positive impact this weekend by helping out with voter registration and organizational events taking place on Saturday.

Here are just a few of the many going on in Virginia this weekend:

  • In Arlington, supporters will meet at the Court House Metro Stop at 10:00 AM on Saturday morning before heading out to register voters throughout the area
  • Also in Arlington, Spanish speaking volunteers will be manning a nonpartisan voter registration table at the Arlington Mill Community Center, before heading out to register voters at shopping centers, grocery stores, and other high traffic areas in the neighborhood
  • In Clifton, volunteers will be going door-to-door talk to unregistered voters
  • In Alexandria, Gloria will be hosting an "Obama Mamas" Women For Obama House Party
  • In Norfolk, supporters will be canvassing to register new voters and to recruit new volunteers
  • In Manassass, supporters will be registering new voters throughout Prince William County
  • In Petersburg, volunteers will be meeting at the public library before heading out to register voters

And in Richmond, Kristen is organizing a series of voter registration events as part of an ambitious, ongoing effort to register 4,000 new voters, with staging locations at:

There are dozens of grassroots events like these taking place across the country this weekend, and there will be many more in the weeks and months to come. You can search for an event in your own community, or sign up and create your own.

As the attention begins to turn towards the general election, there is no better way to make an impact than by registering new voters and bringing more people into this movement. No matter where you are this weekend, you can connect with people in your own community and continue the work of building a true grassroots political machine, one new voter at a time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I was asked to attend a meeting to become an "deputized registar"

How can I get in touch with someone here in Milwaukee?


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