The progressive movement is over…?

Did you hear? Across the country, progressives are dispirited and exhausted. We’ve done as much as we’re going to do. The progressive movement is over.

Or, at least, that’s what some people seem to think. They think that our victories in 2006 and 2008 were just a passing trend, like Uggs or the Jonas Brothers.

Well, I’m no Jonas Brother – and neither are you. And it’s time to prove it.

I’m giving the keynote address at Netroots Nation on July 24, and, with your help, I’m going to prove that the progressive movement is ready as ever to stand with candidates who support our values.

How? I’m launching MVP’s first-ever moneybomb – click HERE to get involved and make a pledge!

The moneybomb works like this: From now until July 24, we’ll be collecting pledges in support of great candidates across the country. After you pledge, become a co-host and invite friends, track your progress with a personalized link, and spread the word on Facebook and Twitter.

And on July 24th, our thousands of pledges and co-hosts will fulfill our pledges with contributions to MVP – and I’ll announce the progress during my keynote address at Netroots Nation. With your help, I’ll do a lot more than talk about grassroots online organizing and fundraising; we’re going to show everyone how it’s done.

Click here to join my MVP moneybomb with a small pledge today!

Raising a bunch of money to support candidates like Jack Conway in Kentucky and Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania? Great. Standing with time-tested champions like Barbara Boxer in California and Russ Feingold in Wisconsin? Even better.

But best of all will be showing the world that we’re still here – and we’re still ready to fight for our values. And at Netroots Nation on July 24, we’ll show the country that the progressive movement is as fired up as ever.

So click here to make your pledge today and learn how to get your friends involved!

I’ll be in touch soon with an update on our first batch of MVP candidates. And, as always, thanks for your support.


P.S. – Apologies to the Jonas Brothers – they might be really great, but their music just isn’t my thing. Also not my thing: Letting Republicans steal our momentum. That’s why I’ve launched the MVP Moneybomb: CLICK HERE TO GET INVOLVED!