Bil Browning

Orentlicher, OUTSpoken and Obama - Oh My!

Filed By Bil Browning | March 21, 2008 1:39 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics

While David Orentlicher's campaign website still isn't updated, he does have a politician page on Facebook now. You can add yourself as a fan of Orentlicher's congressional race. I hear a MySpace page and other netroots outreach will kick off with the re-launch of the website.

If you've procrastinated about registering for tomorrow's OUTSpoken training, you've still got time. You won't want to miss this chance to attend a free training session aimed at LGBT families. Topics will include: advocating for your family, how to speak to the media and language choices to make the most impact.

Barack Obama's Indiana team will hit the ground running tomorrow with "Canvassing for Change." Press release including how you can help Obama in Indiana after the jump.

The Obama Campaign today announced it will host a Canvass for Change kickoff event on Saturday, March 21 at 10 AM in Indianapolis. Obama supporters will hit the streets and go door to door to register voters and discuss Senator Obama's commitment to bringing our country together and tackling the tough challenges Indiana voters face.

See below for more information:

Obama Campaign Canvass for Change Event
*North parking lot
Indianapolis Obama for America Office
407 Fulton St
Indianapolis, IN
Program begins: 10:00 AM

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