Monday, November 10, 2008

This Is How We Do It... Build The Party, That Is...

Yeah, WesternGrit loves T-shirts!

Stolen from a DNC email:

The Democratic National Committee poured all of its resources into building our successful 50-state field program. And they played a crucial role in helping Barack win in unlikely states like North Carolina and Indiana. We even picked up an electoral vote in Nebraska.

The DNC took on considerable debt to make this happen.

Make a donation of $30 or more now to help the DNC pay for these efforts, and you'll get a commemorative 2008 Victory T-shirt.

Help the DNC and get a 2008 Victory T-shirt

The DNC began building a 50-state organization in 2005.

The infrastructure they put in place over the last four years opened up a new batch of battleground states where a Democratic nominee hadn't been competitive for a generation.

In the final few months, the DNC went above and beyond to expand our ground efforts and ensure victory.

We couldn't have won this election without their support.

As we start laying the groundwork for real change, we need to help the DNC recover the resources it took to win. Please make a donation today and get your 2008 Victory T-shirt:

This movement for change is just getting started, and we look forward to working with you to bring the change this country needs.

Thanks for everything you did to elect Barack and Joe,

Obama for America


Anonymous said...

The Liberals are falling behind in this, the Cons have had at least a store to sell such gear:

Our Party needs tremendous change.


Christine Campbell said...

What the DNC did with its 50 state program, "Liberal 308" is trying to do here at home. They have recently set up both a blog and a facebook group in order to and active an involved Liberal presence in ALL 308 ridings across Canada to become effective organizations to fundraise, create policy, recruit volunteers and new members and provide greater logistical support for all Liberal candidates in the next federal election, with the full support of Liberal leaders, MPs and Senators with regular visits and town halls.

Here's a link to their blog:

And to their facebook group:

penlan said...

I would love to have some Liberal gear to wear! T-shirts, cap, hoodie, as examples. Would buy a hoodie in a flash! A beautiful RED Lib one! ;)