Saturday, July 30, 2011

Wednesday: Birthday house meeting in California

Democrats
automat --

As someone who got his start in community organizing, President Obama understands the importance of grassroots action.

That's why I hope you can join me in marking his 50th birthday next week in a way that I know he would appreciate: with a solid showing of grassroots organizing in every corner of the country.

Grassroots organizing is at the foundation of what we do as Democrats, and on Wednesday, August 3rd -- the night before the President's birthday -- supporters will get together for house meetings in all 50 states. We'll plan local events, strategize about how to grow the campaign in our communities, and talk about how to spread the word about the President's accomplishments to friends and neighbors.

And all of us will have a chance to join a live video conference with President Obama.

Click here to find a house meeting near you.

Neighborhood meetings like this are essential for running strong campaigns. As we get closer to the next election, you'll have other chances to get involved, but attending a meeting on Wednesday is the best way for you to shape our organizing in your community in the weeks and months ahead.

It's also the only place you'll be able to join this special video conference with the President.

Wish him a happy birthday by organizing at a house meeting near you:

http://my.democrats.org/Birthday-House-Meetings

Thanks,

Debbie

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Chair
Democratic National Committee



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