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WillYourVoteBCounted Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-30-05 08:54 AM
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GiveEmHellHarry.com website to take back control of US Senate
Senator Reid Unveils "GiveEmHellHarry.com"
Washington- Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid today unveiled a new online campaign headquarters – GiveEmHellHarry.com – to provide Americans with the tools to make an impact on the fight for control of the U.S. Senate.

“There is a great deal at stake. While Democrats fight for better health care, energy independence, restoring America’s global strength and rebuilding our economy through innovation and reform, Republicans continue to ignore their failures and resist progress,” This website is a place where people can take action. Together, we can change the future.”

Today on GiveEmHellHarry.com, Reid called on Americans to join him in sending a clear, unambiguous message to the nation’s largest oil companies who refused to testify at a Democratic Policy Committee last week on rising gas prices. Reid also is leading efforts with his caucus on an Energy Independence 2020 effort to reduce gas prices and America’s dependence on Middle East oil.
http://giveemhellharry.com/news/28/senator-reid-unveils...
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