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Friday, June 06, 2003


Care2 presidential poll

posted by annatopia at Friday, June 06, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Right now Care2, an environmental organisation, is currently running a presidential preference poll. Care2 has over 2 million members, so if there's any possibility that we can bring Dean to the forefront of this poll, that's a huge constituency we can tap! Care2 claims to be the largest online environmental action network, so let's introduce them to the candidate who has a proven environmental record.

"I think it is fair to say that the record of the Bush Administration on environmental matters is fatally flawed." - Gov. Howard Dean, MD

Go over there and vote, and if for some reason the link doesn't work, click on Care2's main page and the poll is on the bottom right hand side. Here are the current results for the Care2 poll.


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