Friday, November 04, 2005

Help re-elect R.T. Rybak, volunteer now

Dear DFMers,

The culture of corruption in Washington is getting worse every day. But across the country, a new generation of leaders is taking shape. These progressive leaders support open government and fiscal responsibility. They are working to bring new leadership to Minneapolis and hundreds of other places around the country.

Democracy for America is supporting R.T. Rybak for re-election as Mayor of Minneapolis. Mayor Rybak has delivered results - summarized in the recent Star Tribune endorsement:

"With its booming housing market, arts attractions and improving neighborhoods, Minneapolis is again a city people want to work in and live in. Despite big problems, there's much to celebrate, including R.T. Rybak's sound performance in his first term -- and the anticipation of a second."[1]

Mayor Rybak needs your help to get out his record of results and positive vision for Minneapolis -- and the best way for you to do this is to volunteer! The campaign headquarters are located at 5 W 15th Street between Nicollet and LaSalle Avenue near Loring Park.

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Saturday, Nov. 5 - 10:00am At HQ to remind people when and where to vote
  • Sunday, Nov. 6 - 12:00pm At HQ to talk to supporters in key precincts
  • Monday, Nov. 7 - 8:00pm At HQ to help literature drop in key precincts
  • Tuesday, Nov. 8 - Election Day! Visibility, literature dropping and knocking on doors

RSVP to Nick by calling: 612-871-3044 or go to

Democracy for America is dedicated to helping leaders like Mayor Rybak and the rest of the DFA-List. They set an example for Washington to watch -- and follow.

Please help R.T. for the last days of his campaign in any way you can.

And don't forget to vote on Tuesday, November 8th.

You can find your polling place at:

Thank you for all you do.

Chris Warshaw

Field Director

Democracy for America

You can invite your friends to join DFA by clicking here:

Paid for by Democracy for America, , and not authorized by any candidate. Contributions to Democracy for Americaare not deductible for federal income tax purposes.

[1] "Editorial: Rybak has earned a second term. McLaughlin hasn't made the case for change," Star Tribune Sunday, Oct. 30 th 2005. Click here to see the full article at


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