Saturday, July 10, 2010

Can you help on Thursday night?

MoveOn member—

You know the "Fight Washington Corruption" statement of principles we keep emailing you about? Guess what. It's working! MoveOn members have already launched efforts in nearly 100 cities targeting their representatives, and the sign-ups are rolling in. But we need to pull out all the stops to get every member of Congress and every congressional candidate signed on to the pledge by Labor Day—and that includes kicking off our campaign in Inwood.

So we're holding "Fight Washington Corruption" house parties next Thursday, July 15th, to bring progressives together and plan how to get our members of Congress to sign the pledge.

We're trying to pull these events together as quickly as possible, but we still need a place for progressives in your neighborhood to get together to help with this campaignYou've already been active in some of our work together this year. Now, can you take the next step and open up your home on Thursday, July 15th, so that other MoveOn members can meet up and plan our campaign moving forward?

If you've been to a house party, you know that they're super-easy to host—you just need to open your home and print out materials beforehand. We'll send you everything you need for a successful event, and we'll invite MoveOn members near you to come.

Can you sign up today to host a Fight Washington Corruption House Party on Thursday, July 15th? Click here if you can help out:

Thanks for all you do.

–Ilyse, Marika, Duncan, Ilya, and the rest of the team

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