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Citizen Lobbying Resources
Lobbying Manual (This is also from the lobbying trainer, Terry. It is formatted for use overseas in places with parliamentary systems, but the lobbying principals are virtually the same).
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Current lobbying campaigns: get involved!
Action Sheet (Pending Progressive Legislation + Upcoming Lobby Days, Town Halls, etc)
UPDATE: Unfortunately, Keith didn’t win, but we are thrilled to report that ALL Oregon DNC members voted for Keith Ellison for DNC Chair! Thanks to everyone who contacted them!
TAKE ACTION: Ask Oregon DNC Members to Vote for KEITH ELLISON for DNC Chair!
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Tanya Shively: email@example.com
Travis Nelson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Dixon: email@example.com
Karen Packer: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Matt Keating: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tina Kotek: email@example.com
Kate Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith is endorsed by: Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer, Earl Blumenauer, and Harry Reid.
“Our future depends on grassroots organizing. When Democrats champion the challenges of working families, voters will have a reason to show up at the polls” – Keith Ellison
The last day to be heard is February 23!
– LEARN MORE AT: KeithforDNC.org –
Dear [DNC MEMBER],
I’m writing to ask you to vote for Keith Ellison for DNC Chair.
Since 2008, Democrats have lost over 900 legislative seats. Republicans now control the White House, Congress, 33 governors’ offices, and almost 70% of partisan state legislatures.
It’s time for a change.
Keith Ellison has won 17 elections. He knows that taking back the country requires reaching out to working class voters. Keith embraces grassroots involvement, and understands that the Democratic Party’s strength is in the people. He’s the only person running for DNC Chair who can unify the progressive and moderate elements within the party.
Can Oregonians count on your vote for Keith?