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February 13, 2004

Open House at Massachusetts for Dean Volunteer Headquarters This Weekend

Massachusetts for Dean sent this announcement out to its mailing list earlier today about this weekend's open house and office hours.

Massachusetts for Dean Email Newsletter, 2/13/2004

Grassroots volunteers have joined together to open the Mass for Dean campaign headquarters in Central Square, Cambridge. Stop by for campaign literature, phonebanking, lawn signs, bumper stickers, and good times. We are of the volunteers, by the volunteers, and for everybody!

Open House Saturday, 2/14/04
Noon until 5:00 pm

605 Massachusetts Avenue (near Essex Street)
Cambridge, MA 02139-4030

(617) 245-3930

The office is staffed entirely by volunteers. To volunteer, please stop by and sign up. For the coming long weekend, the office will be staffed as follows:

Saturday, 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday, 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Monday (President’s Day), 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Come by and visit, pick up a lawn or window sign, make phone calls to Wisconsin (bring your cell phone), and learn how you can get out the vote for Howard Dean on March 2nd in your community!

Donate to the Mass for Dean Radio Ad Fund!
The grassroots organization www.truthandhope.org is producing radio ads in key primary states to set the record straight about Governor Dean. We’re raising money to bring the ads to Massachusetts. Go to http://www.aspenwilde.com/dfa.htm to listen to the ads and make a contribution. These ads are entirely grassroots created and funded.

Call Voters in Wisconsin before February 17th!
Individual volunteers can go on-line to get call sheets, scripts, and instructions. To get started, send an e-mail to wendy@dialingfordean.com with your phone number and a brief note about yourself. Phonebank captains can download call sheets and instructions at http://commons.deanforamerica.com. E-mail wicalls @ deanforamerica.com for additional details.

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