By Jueseppi B.
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TONIGHT, 8:15 P.M. EST
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I want to cut through the noise and talk with you directly about where we’re headed in the fight for change.
That’s why I’m getting on the phone with OFA supporters this Monday, November 18th.
I have just over three years left as president — and there’s a lot left on my to-do list.
That’s why I want to talk with you. You’re the ones putting in the time and effort to achieve real progress, and fighting to make the agenda Americans voted for last fall a reality.
I know we all care about what we can get done together these next few years, so let’s talk about how to make it happen.
Make sure you join Monday’s call:
Thanks — I can’t wait to catch up.
WHAT IS OFA?
Organizing for Action is the grassroots movement built by millions of Americans to pass the agenda we voted for in 2012.
WE ARE WHAT WE DO.
Today, we’re organizing to create jobs and strengthen the middle class, fix our broken immigration system, fight climate change, prevent gun violence, get the facts out about Obamacare, protect women’s rights, ensure marriage equality and push forward on even more issues.
No matter the issue, OFA works to ensure the voices of ordinary Americans are heard in Washington, while training the next generation of grassroots organizers that will keep fighting for change.
What is Organizing for Action?
Published on Jun 7, 2013
OFA is made up of people who are committed to working for change — both locally and in Washington — that’s going to move the country forward.