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She may not realise it, but Alice represents the end product of a complicated interlocking of online technology, offline organising and the good old-fashioned boot leather that we call Organizing for America 2012.
The latest footage was gathered at the Organizing for America offices in Arlington, Virginia where the Field Director coordinates with OFA on Rep.
Obama's other campaign organization, Organizing for America , had a heavy presence during the 2010 midterm elections, while Nevada was a ready base for Romney over the summer to do things like film national campaign commercials and unveil a jobs plan.
Lady Gaga's Twitter account, @ladygaga, has also attracted more followers than Obama's @barackobama account, which, like his Facebook page, is managed by Organizing for America.
Officials for Organizing for America have been trying to keep members in tow, with David Plouffe, the Obama campaign manager who has resumed a leadership role in the wake of Republican Scott Brown's surprise Senate upset in Massachusetts, e-mailing supporters this week and asking them to "regroup, refocus, and re-engage.
Organizing for America Wisconsin State Director, Dan Grandone provided an overview of the need for national health care reform changes and recognized how nurses see the impact of uninsured and underinsured Wisconsinites on our health care system.
GNA President Fran Beall, RN, ANP, BC served on a panel of health care experts at a Health Care Forum in Athens, Georgia, which was sponsored by Organizing for America and other Athens groups.
The Web site for Organizing for America, the Administration's external campaign machine, asks supporters to send in such accounts.