Thursday, January 23, 2014

*** Official 2014 Membership Survey ***

Dear MoveOn member,

Next Tuesday, President Obama will deliver his annual State of the Union address—and the whole country will be thinking, at least for a moment, about what's possible in 2014.

Imagine you were at the podium. What are YOUR priorities for changing your community and our country as a whole in 2014? Click here

There are tons of issues and opportunities to choose from—including big, upcoming congressional elections; state and local fights on everything from fracking to paid sick leave; and national discussions of a minimum wage increase, diplomacy with Iran, implementation of Obamacare, international trade deals, and more.

This year, MoveOn members will launch and run thousands of powerful campaigns, from their local city halls to the halls of Congress. And as a national MoveOn community, we'll pick a small number of high-priority campaigns where we pool our resources and focus to make the biggest impact.

So we've put together this Official 2014 Membership Survey to get a better idea of where MoveOn members stand, plan our next steps together, and help connect you to the campaigns you care about most.

Will you take three minutes to fill out this important member survey? Click here:

Take Survey

After we get all the responses, we'll put together a report on MoveOn members' priorities and share a copy of it with the White House, congressional leaders, and the media before the State of the Union address—so they know what progressives are focused on as we kick off 2014. 

Of course, every MoveOn member will get a copy as well. 

Thanks for all you do.

–Anna, Linda, Nick, Matt P., and the rest of the team

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