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Monday, December 04, 2006

December state DTC meetings

Remember, change starts at the bottom. If you want change, get involved with your local DTC and join.

Here is a listing of times and location for the meetings this month. If your town or city is not on the list, let me know by adding your local DTC info in the comment section. The various progressive bloggers will contact State Central and make sure that they update their database.

Howard Dean's 50 state strategy worked in 2006 because Democrats challenged the status quo in every state. If you want change in Connecticut, you have to get involved in every city and town in Connecticut and make a difference.

People at MLN get the idea.

UPDATE: PLEASE read Mattw's blog entry at MLN concerning the 169 Connecticut DTC strategy and why it's important that everyone gets involved with their local DTC.