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What are you doing this Friday night?

Thursday, December 6th, 2007


Busy tomorrow eve? Hope not. Why? Read an important message from friend of Why Tuesday? Myles Weissleder, of the innovative National Presidential Caucus, after the jump.

Well, the time has come — this Friday is National Caucus Day!

Hopefully you’ll be out at a Caucus near you … which is as simple as hanging with friends at a local bar, talking about the issues and candidates and then reporting back to nationalcaucus.com what y’all deemed to be important.

You can find or start a Caucus on December 7th by clicking here.

The goal of the National Presidential Caucus is to promote discussion and deliberation prior to some really important decisions we’ll be making about the future of our country. If you’re not living in NH or IA or a state that is holding their primary on February 5th (aka “National Primary Day”) — this is your chance for your voice to be heard, both locally — and nationally!

Born out of the energy and power of the thousands of Internet enabled face-to-face gatherings of the 2003/2004 election season — House Parties, Townhall meetings, Meetups — The National Presidential Caucus presents an “Open Call to Participate” for anyone and everyone to partake in local, self-organized, web-enabled face-to-face gatherings (open, Republican, Democratic Caucuses) across the country on December 7, 2007 in preparation for the highly compressed national primary schedule.

The National Caucus represents participatory democracy at its best — and we’re hoping you can join in.

It’ll be easy and fun. Take Friday to Caucus!

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