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Sixteen progressive organizations have banded together in an attempt to win the Pepsi Refresh contest.
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/...
The plan is simple: encourage progressive groups to vote for their own project and for allies across the country.  The Center for Progressive Leadership has set up a web page where supporters can sign up to get a daily reminder to vote for the Progressive Slate.
Sign up here and help groups get up to $1 million from Pepsi.
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/...
You can vote for up to 10 groups each day.

Here are the participating groups:
Keystone Progress
Center for Progressive Leadership
USAction
Wellstone Action
Rockwood
Midwest Academy
Policy Matters Ohio
Polaris Project
Inner City Law Center
PLAN Nevada
SHARE Food Program
Fuse Washington
COHHIO
League of Young Voters
USSA
State Voices

You can also vote another 10 times using text messages each day. Simply send a text message to "73774" with the number of the group you want to vote for. Here are the numbers for all of our groups:

Keystone Progress #101555
CPL #102575
USAction #102683
Wellstone Action #102310
Rockwood #102236
Midwest Academy #102089
Policy Matters Ohio #102113
Polaris Project #102318
Inner City Law Center #101619 PLAN Nevada #101334
SHARE Food Program #101363
Fuse Washington #101304
COHHIO #101537
League of Young Voters #101489
USSA #101282
State Voices #101487

Note: You need to send a separate text message for each vote (and then simply resend each text message each morning!).

Originally posted to Michael Morrill on Thu Sep 02, 2010 at 06:51 PM PDT.

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