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Join the Party to Watch Obama's Acceptance Speech!

The Worthington Area Democratic Club presents


The WADC Democratic National Convention Obama Speech Watching Party!

Thursday, August 28
6:30 p.m. - Midnight

The Holiday Inn Griswold Ballroom

7077 N. High Street, Worthington (map)

(Just south of the intersection of High Street
and Wilson Bridge Road)

Cash Bar • Order food off the menu

Even if you can't attend the convention in Denver, WADC promises you a special evening in Worthington as Sen. Obama gives his acceptance speech!

We'll have big screen TVs so everyone will have a front row view. In addition, candidates have been invited, and tables will be set up to allow participating campaigns to pass out material and sign up workers.

Come join the party with a few hundred other Obama supporters and hear what's promised to be a historic and inspiring address!

Obama Organizing Meeting

Please join us this Thursday for the Campaign for Change

Sen. Barack Obama's
Franklin County Campaign for Change

Organizational Kick-Off Meeting

When: Thursday, July 17 at 7:00 PM

Where: Plumbers & Pipefitter Local Union 189
1250 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212 (map)

Join organizers from Barack Obama's Campaign for Change for an organizational meeting. Learn about the campaign plan to win Franklin County for Democrats.

Get involved! Plan to attend this very important meeting.

The Obama campaign is a grassroots movement of volunteer leaders who organize and work within their own communities.

For more information and/or to RSVP visit

Obama Campaign Regional Field Directors :

  1. Northern Franklin County: Max Blachman
  2. Southern Franklin County: Heidi Johnson-Young

Fundraiser for Kilroy March 13

Saturday, March 13
3-4:30 PM

Fundraiser for Mary Jo Kilroy

15th Congressional District

Home of Mary Kuhner, 1507 Cardiff Rd., Columbus, OH 43221

Gold $100 Silver $50 Bronze $25

RSVP Lindsay at 614.545.4070 or lindsay.molnar@kilroyforcongress.

Pew Study: 2008 Electorate Most Diverse Yet

By Dan Balz

Posted at 6:34 PM ET on Apr 30, 2009

A new study by the Pew Research Center found that participation rates among African Americans, Latinos and Asian Americans all rose between 2004 and 2008, leaving the share of the electorate accounted for by white voters at an all-time low of 76.3 percent.

Truth to power

Finally, a Limbaugh caller who breaks through to him on his support for torture. Here's a part of this immensely satisfying conversation:

LIMBAUGH: We're going to go to Chicago. This is Charles. Charles, thank you for waiting and for calling. Great to have you here. Hello.

CALLER: Thanks, Rush. Rush, listen, I voted Republican, and I didn't -- really didn't want to see Obama get in office. But, you know, Rush, you're one reason to blame for this election, for the Republicans losing.

Spreading the Wealth

By Alexander Zaitchik, AlterNet.

Is 391% interest rate too high? Vote YES on Issue 5

The ad below is currently running on television.

Remember, the payday industry is spending over $15 million, so anything you can do to helps us spread the VOTE YES ON ISSUE 5 message counts!

Forward this video on to your friends, family and colleagues and remember to Vote Yes On Issue 5!

Watch the ad now:

"Governor Palin....I should have a choice about this"

Get your name in an endorsement ad for Ted Celeste TODAY!

Ted Celeste is placing an endorsement ad in the suburban newspapers and asks for your support TODAY. The ad will say "Join your friends and neighbors in Supporting Ted Celeste".

Email your name in TODAY to

Keating Economics

John McCain wants you to forget about his role in our country's last major financial crisis and costly bailout: the savings and loan crisis of the late '80s and early '90s.

But voters deserve to know that the failed philosophy and culture of corruption that created the savings and loan crisis then are alive in the current crisis -- and in John McCain's plans for our economic future.

Here's a superb 13-minute documentary about John McCain's role in that financial crisis --


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