What Happened to Obama’s Movement?

What Happened to Obama’s Movement?

The Obama campaign was a massive grassroots mobilization, but a year later, has the organization that grew out of it failed to keep up the momentum?

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The Obama campaign was a massive grassroots mobilization, but a year later, has the organization that grew out of it failed to keep up the momentum? Micah Sifry of Personal Democracy Forum says yes and furthermore that the campaign was never as grassroots as billed; Karoli of the blog Odd Time Signatures says no, Organizing for America is keeping up the good work. We’ll also be speaking to Geoff Berman, New York Deputy Field Director for OFA.

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