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OFA Challenges List to Counter "Special Interests" During August Health Care Battle [UPDATED]

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, August 6 2009

On the difficult question of is it astroturf?, Organizing for America has its take. The field arm of the Democratic National Committee is framing the anti-health reform protesters popping up at local townhalls as an ... Read More

OFA's Secret Mission: Strengthen the Base

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, July 28 2009

The Dallas Morning News' amazingly named reporter Gromer Jeffers Jr. has a snapshot of an Organizing for America health care reform event held in Dallas's Dealey Plaza this weekend. The goal of the Dallas action was to ... Read More

Organizing for America, Obama's Sleeping Beast, Starts to Awaken

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, July 15 2009

It looks like Organizing for America, President Obama's de facto field organization based at the DNC, is ramping up its efforts to demonstrate support for health care reform. Last week I took a look at OFA's online ... Read More

Democrats, Organizing for America Look to Grow Tech Squad

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, July 7 2009

Republican National Committee new media director Todd Herman announced at last week's PdF '09 that the GOP will have a new web presence up and running at GOP by mid-August, but the Democratic Party and its Organizing for ... Read More

OFA Launches Health Reform Hub

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, June 10 2009

Organizing for America takes the natural next step and unveils its "Health Care Action Center" ( this morning. Check it out. Read More

Lessons Learned from Battles Gone By: Obama Preps Grassroots for the Coming Health Care Fight

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 28 2009

"The plan at that point emphasized grassroots organizational work so that, as [a Democratic National Committee official] said, 'party supporters in every state, every congressional district, conceivably every county ... Read More

Organizing for America in "Every County, Every Precinct, Every Block, Every Neighborhood"

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, April 27 2009

Jeremy Bird, the deputy director of Organizing for America, was back in South Carolina for the Democratic party state convention. Read More