Moving on to talk about the fifty state strategy, Dean declared, "We can win everywhere. And that's why we're doing this."
He received a standing ovation when he mentioned Texas state legislative races - the Democrats will have a majority in the state House if they can pick up five more seats, a majority that can undo the Republicans' crooked schemes.
"When your average campaign contribution is sixty eight dollars, you're owned by no one but the American people," Dean said, referring to Obama's campaign.
"Millions of people have been registered to vote," Dean added.
He proudly reviewed the changes he's made since becoming the Democratic Party's chief executive, noting: "As you know, when we came to Washington, D.C. we fired all the consultants who had been paid money over the years to tell us how to lose."
He went on to describe the success of the VoteBuilder application, available to Democratic campaigns at every level.
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