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There have been so many moments throughout history where real men and women have revolutionized the face of politics and we've often found ourselves wondering what it would be like to be a part of it. Now is one of those times where Democratic politics are more than ever an integral part of reshaping the face of the political landscape. Howard Dean, chair of the Democratic National Committee and Mark Brewer, chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party and Chair of the Association of State Democratic Chairs are a very big part of that change.

For the first time ever, you can sit down, grab a cup of coffee, and talk shop with them.

Chairman Dean and Chairman Brewer will sit down for coffee with the lucky winner of a raffle designed to benefit the Michigan Blue Tiger Democrats, a civic engagement and community service project of the national Blue Tiger Democrats and Michigan Democratic Party.

You can enter for your chance to have coffee with a donation of $50 or more to the Michigan Blue Tiger Democrats by midnight Thursday October 26th.

All across the state, various Democratic clubs and organizations have been participating in the Blue Tiger program, hosting and serving others in the spirit of civic engagement. Check out some of these programs, and get involved in your local Blue Tiger program.

Michigan Blue Tiger Democrats (MBTD), a grassroots political movement, is a project of the Michigan Democratic Party and the national non-profit organization Blue Tiger Democrats. The goal of MBTD is to build Democratic Party affiliation, recognition and community involvement year-round through community service projects. MBTD intends to build membership in the state and local Democratic Parties from the grass roots up and ensure that civic engagement is a priority of state and local Democratic and progressive organizations.

Originally posted to MichiganDems on Tue Oct 23, 2007 at 11:17 AM PDT.

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