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Live! From Harrisburg, It’s HRC 2008!

Hi guys, it’s been a steady stream through here today. I gave some walk-in my Hillary button because there aren’t anymore of them. But there are plenty of stickers left! Dana is running this shop and everyone was busy this past weekend doing canvassing and phone banking. I’ve been phone banking this morning to try to encourage people to send in their voter’s registrations today. If you live in PA and you want to vote for Hillary in the presidential primary, you *must* be registered as a Democrat. This is a closed primary. Your voter’s registration form must be postmarked March 24, that’s today.

The Harrisburg office has a wish list of things that would make the next several weeks easier. Among the items they’d like are

  • folding tables (for desks)
  • Paper towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Bottled water
  • Food!!! (goldfish, snacks, pizza, fruit, veggies)
  • Quarters (for parking)
  • Diet Coke (soda)
  • lamps
  • air freshener
  • housing for staff
  • maps of Harrisburg (GPS navigators?)
  • anti-bacterial wipes
  • trash cans
  • kleenex
  • Internet expert- to connect the wireless to desktops(?)

If you can send something along, here is the address:

Pennsylvania for Hillary, Harrisburg

308 N. 2nd Street

Harrisburg, PA 17101

Now, you may be asking yourself, “How can I get involved in the campaign in PA?” Dana says the best way to be helpful is to volunteer through the coordinating office in Philadelphia. They will help you find a place in the state where you are needed the most. Here is the address:

Pennsylvania for Hillary Headquarters

520 North Delaware Avenue
Suite 202
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Phone: 215.625.0329
Fax: 215.625.0379
As for those of you who end up in Harrisburg, good news! There are a couple of nice bar/pubs close to the HQ that are Clinton friendly who we will want to give our business at a nice cocktail party. I’m thinking the weekend before the primary will be a great time for us to get together and, like, um, meet. There may not be a Rico though. But I’m sure we’ll have a good time.
I’m going to duck out for some lunch. Later…