All autumn the Republican candidates have been jockeying for the media spotlight -- but they've done very little actual organizing. They don't have a lot of staff, volunteers, or offices here -- it's as if they aren't taking our state seriously.
For us, the caucuses are a chance to come together and grow our organization. While they're out looking for press coverage, we're building the local teams that will lead us to victory in 2012.
That's why we're holding caucus house parties across Iowa. At these parties, we'll connect with our neighborhood teams and plan how we'll organize locally throughout the caucuses and the first months of 2012.
A house party is being planned near you. Sign up to attend, and we'll send you all the details.
The caucuses are exactly one month from today, and I don't have to tell you they're the first in the nation. Let's make the most of them by building the kind of organization we'll need in our state next year.
If this is your first time coming out to a volunteer event, don't worry. It will be a great chance to learn more about your neighborhood team and get involved. And there will be ways for both seasoned and new volunteers to be a part of the planning to get more people involved in the caucuses and this campaign.
Sign up to attend your local caucus house party, and let's celebrate the work we've done -- and gear up for the work we have left to do: