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    Posted by Green Party Peace Network on September 24, 2007

    Elena writes from North Carolina:
    Hey all — yesterday in DC was terrific. There was so much happening, and it was only the first day. I decided at the last minute to ride to DC on Sat at 6am and get the Green Party tent set up. Thanks so much to Dave Bosserman for helping out with that!

    I took a bunch of pictures, but I left the uploading cord in DC (I drove back to NC this morning, so I could be at work tomorrow)…however!
    Dustin from TONC took some pictures of us and they’re up on their blog now!

    Also, now that we’ve got a good spot, front and center, we really really need people to staff it throughout the week. David set up an awesome form on our GPAX site, where people can sign up for shifts — so please spread the word and encourage people to take a shift!!

    Can folks send that appeal out to their state and local listservs??


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