A key part of our electoral program is helping progressive candidates build the smartest campaigns possible.
That's why we're helping our first endorsed 2012 congressional candidate -- State Senator Eric Griego of New Mexico -- raise money to hire a Digital Director.
By hiring a skilled person to use cutting-edge technology for his campaign, Eric will be able to mobilize volunteers, persuade voters in new ways, and get out the vote.
Can you please chip in $3 to help Eric run a cutting-edge online program? Click here to donate.
In New Mexico, Eric passed campaign finance reform and green jobs bills into law. He's fighting for workers' rights, making the rich pay their fair share, and protecting programs like Medicare.
Eric is running in a primary for an open Democratic House seat (NM-1) against a corporate Blue Dog.
When running against corporate money, progressives can win if we have the tools to maximize our biggest advantage: people.
That's why Eric needs a Digital Director -- who can use the Internet to organize local volunteer events, run virtual phone banks, and use email, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, online ads, online videos, and other cutting-edge technology to persuade undecided voters and get out the vote.
Can you chip in $3 to help Eric run a cutting-edge online program? Click here.
There's an FEC fundraising deadline this Friday, and reporters will be watching to see Eric's momentum. Every dollar you donate now will show that Eric has strong grassroots support -- and will help Eric build the best team possible.
Thanks for being a bold progressive.
-- Adam Green, Stephanie Taylor, Kari Thurman, Jason Rosenbaum, and the PCCC team
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