Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Vote For Me And Embarrass DFA

They really don't want me to come because then they might hear some real issues. Hey vote for me folks then they will have to have an excuse not to let Indigenous People in. LoL

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From: Kaili Lambe, Democracy for America <info@democracyforamerica.com>
Date: Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 4:49 PM
Subject: Do you have the votes to win?
To: David Kitchen <davidckitchen@gmail.com>

David -

It's only been a week and the competition for Netroots Nations Scholarships is already getting fierce.

You know that the top three vote-getters in each round automatically win a scholarship -- so make sure you're in the running by increasing your vote totals. Share your application with friends and family.

There are still two weeks left in the first round and anything could happen. Keep gathering votes by sharing on Facebook, Twitter, your blog, and through email.

Please be in touch if you have any questions or concerns about the competition. You can reach me at klambe@democracyforamerica.com.

Thanks for applying and good luck!

- Kaili

Kaili Lambe, Political Campaign Manager
Democracy for America

P.S. The voting glitch you may have experienced last week was fixed over the weekend. Please check that the votes you thought you received have been tallied by visiting your application page.

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