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We wanted to share this exciting news from our friends over at Reform Immigration For America, written by Rachel LaBruyere:

UPDATE from Reform Immigration For America: So many people are registered that we have removed the signup link, which is locked. But you can still find a party in your area!

Today, November 18th, Representative Luis Gutierrez will hold a national telephonic town hall to lay out how we are going to win this fight. Thousands of people will be joining the call to hear what Rep. Gutierrez has to say and to ask their questions and voice their concerns.

Oh, and we should probably mention there are nearly 900 house parties happening across the country that night. Attendees will be joining the call alongisde other immigration reform supporters in order to energize and build the movement for reform.

Oddly enough, this past Saturday, some of the most vocal immigration reform opponents hosted parties of their own. A whopping 50 parties were reported, with a few where counter-protestors actually out-numbered the party goers.

What does this mean?

We have the momentum on our side. We have people across the country who are ready to take action. We have what it takes to make immigration reform in 2010 a reality.

And YOU are going to be the deciding factor. Will you join us on Wednesday night to party for immigration reform?

Here’s three ways to plug in:

  1. Attend a party in your area. Click here to search for a party near you.
  2. Join the call. Sign up here.
  3. Tell your friendsTweet it, Post to Facebook, Email your contacts.

Recently, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano talked about why the fight for immigration reform is different and stronger this time around. On Wednesday, let’s show her just how much stronger we are!

By Rachel Labruyere, Reform Immigration For America

Originally posted to AmericasVoice on Wed Nov 18, 2009 at 09:40 AM PST.

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