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madokie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-04-06 05:31 PM
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I might have to break down and watch timmy's press the meat Sunday
There are just three days to go before the showdown in Connecticut between Senator Joe Lieberman and DFA-List candidate Ned Lamont. We have the momentum, but anything can happen, even in the last few days. Senator Lieberman is spending millions on a last-minute TV campaign. That's why scores of DFA activists from all over the Northeast will be working hard for Ned Lamont on the ground. If you can make it to Connecticut this weekend, will you join us?

http://nedlamont.com/page/s/finalpushct

If you can't make it this weekend, you can still watch Democracy for America Chair Jim Dean on "Meet the Press" this Sunday. Jim and NBC Washington Bureau Chief Tim Russert will discuss the Lamont campaign and what it means for the future of the Democratic Party and our nation. Who wouldn't want see that? You can find "Meet the Press" in your area here:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3080248

Yesterday, SEIU 1199 endorsed Lamont. That's great news that means even more support for the critical Get Out The Vote effort going on now through Tuesday evening. In a close election like this one, nothing beats feet on the ground. Over and over DFA members have made a difference in this campaign. Let's make sure we do it again. Join DFA and SEIU 1199 in Connecticut this weekend:

http://nedlamont.com/page/s/finalpushct

Thanks for all you do!

Tom Hughes
Executive Director
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