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I deserve to go to #NN10!

OK, folks, I really want to get to Netroots Nation 2010 in Las Vegas (#NN10) so that I can hone my online organizing skills a bit more. However, I'm broke-ass-broke! YOU KNEW THIS! I am a graduate student with no summer funding (I don't even know how I'll pay RENT, let alone attend a conference in Vegas!), I've donated hundreds of dollars to the UPCenter of Champaign County and I get paid for NONE of this blogging/writing/networking/organizing stuff. You can help. You can vote for me on the site, and you can also donate money through their site to send activists like me there.

I am already the hardest working LGBT activist you know--help me be one of the smartest and most effective too!

Help send me to #NN10

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Can we trust Rasmussen anymore?

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