We're baaaack: Philly Bloggers unite again for Seth Williams.Last week, in a day that was virtually unprecedented in the blogosphere, Philly activists united to spread the word, and give our collective endorsement to Seth Williams, the terrific candidate for DA.
You didn’t think it would end there did you? A few words, and then we are done?
Today, we unite again. This time with a specific goal: signing up volunteers for the campaign. (SIGN UP). All over the blogosphere, people have taken notice of Seth, and for good reason: He stands for everything grassroots and netroots activists have demanded Democrats stand for: reform, innovation, real connections to the community, and a fight against the status quo. More of the same is not good enough. Nor is simply a “D” following your name.
Whether you live in Germantown, or Germany, if you can make it to Philly for a day, you can volunteer. Hell, you can even sleep on my couch if you need a place to crash.
Sign up, leave a comment that you did so, and help spread the word.
In 2004, blogs helped unite activists around the most national of campaigns. They were the reason we had the campaigns of Howard Dean and Wes Clark and the reason John Kerry could match the George Bush money machine. Recently, they were the reason the social security debate has fundamentally shifted. Well, now we turn inward, to fix our own house. To help a dynamic candidate who we desperately need. And as sites such as this, and regional sites such as Philly Future build up, our voices will only get louder, and our actions stronger.
Sign up to volunteer for Seth, and let us know you did. Be part of the beginning of something big.
Other participating sites:
Above Avg. Jane
Will Bunch weighs in
Swing State Project