Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Activist needed for D.F.A.

With extremist legislation pending in so many states, it is more important than ever that our movement is strong and unified. From bloggers and life-long activists to young leaders, the people powering the progressive movement are more effective when connected.

Netroots Nation, the biggest progressive conference of the year, is an unparalleled opportunity for activists and bloggers from all over the country to engage with and learn from one another.

But it's not free. And some great people can't afford to make it on their own. DFA is committed to sponsoring a diverse group of bloggers -- and activists -- so that they can attend this important conference in June. Do you know an activist in your community who should attend Netroots Nation, but needs help getting there?
All you have to do is answer a few short questions and you can help reward a progressive leader from your community and get them to the biggest progressive event of the year. Your nomination might be the push they need to realize they should compete and let them know they have your support. 

If you don't have someone to nominate, please take a moment to look through all the candidates who've applied for a Netroots Nation Scholarship -- and cast your vote for the best of the best right now.
We've already chosen 40 amazing activists from all across the country. Now it's the final round and we can only choose 10 more progressive leaders to attend Netroots Nation this June.
Your nominations and votes will help decide who attends the conference this summer. So help put your favorite activist over the top. Please take the time to vote today.

Thank you for helping ensure this year's Netroots Nation is a huge success.
- Kaili

Kaili Lambe, Political Campaign Manager
Democracy for America

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