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OFA's New "Thanks for Nothing" Drive Targets GOP Reps in Obama-Voting Districts

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, November 13 2009

It's some pretty basic data crunching, but it's a start. Read More

Organizing for America's Push to Put "Ayes" on the Board

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, November 12 2009

TPMDC'S Christina Bellantoni interviews Organizing for America's Executive Director Mitch Stewart and National Director Jeremy Bird and while the bulk of it, as Bellantoni admits, is rele Read More

OFA Gets @Barackobama Back Into the Twitterverse

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, November 10 2009

There was a time when Barack Obama was the number one most followed personage on Twitter, back during the campaign season, but after getting elected his staff seemingly let the account go fallow, to be overtaken by ... Read More

Whither Obama & Co.'s Organizing Might?

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 30 2009

Writing for the New Republic, Lydia DePillis investigates the Obama operation'spost-campaign organizing might, now institutionalized in the Organizing for America branch of the Democratic National Committee. Read More

OFA's "Time to Deliver" is Now; Watching Obama's Army Flex Its Muscles

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, October 20 2009

Today, President Obama is doing something no sitting U.S. President has done before. He is using his massive network of grass-roots supporters, which has been undergoing a reboot since Election Day, to go between the ... Read More

Citizen Ad-Makers: OFA Wants Americans' Health Care Spots

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 9 2009

What has arguably been the most public part of Organizing for America's push to get health care reform legislation through Congress has been a project where they collect on video the personal stories of Americans who ... Read More

Status Messages Are Effective Because They Are *Our* Media

BY Dave Levy | Tuesday, September 15 2009

Dave Levy spends most of his day working on Edelman's Digital Public Affairs team in Washington, DC. A self-proclaimed geek, he blogs often about how traditional media adapts -- or tries to adapt -- to the growing social ... Read More