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Daily Digest: What Progressives Want (and What They Should)

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 2 2009

One of the hottest questions in participatory politics right now has to do with the future of Organizing for America, the DNC-housed organization that evolved out of the Obama campaign... We've talked in this space ... Read More

David Plouffe Gets the Esquire Treatment

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, February 2 2009

Esquire Magazine's Lisa Taddeo has just written a 6000-word profile of Obama campaign manager David Plouffe. Here's the key grafs, which you'll find near the end of the long must-read: Read More

Daily Digest: Obama Organizes While Republicans Regroup

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 30 2009

You'll remember that we've been exploring just how the Organizing for American outfit that evolved out of the Obama campaign is actually going to engage with the nuts-and-bolts of passing the President's legislative ... Read More

Obama's Networks and the Stimulus

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, January 28 2009

If you stop by our part of the Internet often, you'll know that here on techPres we've been interestedly tracking what would become of the energy, momentum, and -- perhaps most importantly -- the networks of people that ... Read More

Daily Digest: In Local Blogging, Conservatives Spy Opening

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, January 26 2009

Patrick Ruffini is on to something. The conservative consultant is sounding an alarm that progressives would rather he'd rather just hush up about: the online right is seriously outgunned when it comes to political ... Read More

Organizing for America Launches; Structure TBD

BY Micah L. Sifry | Saturday, January 17 2009

If you're on the Obama campaign email list, by now you've probably received a message alerting you to a special message from President-elect Barack Obama announcing the formation of "Organizing for America," the ... Read More