Members of Organizing for America (OFA) are holding a health insurance reform sign making party at 5:30 p.m. today in the Coffee Beanery, 1204 First Ave.
OFA regional field director Ken King will give the volunteers an update on health insurance reform tonight. Volunteers will make signs to take to Rep. Sanford Bishop’s town hall at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center.
OFA is a grassroots project of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) dedicated to supporting the President’s agenda for change, and is committed to building on and strengthening the historic grassroots network created during the campaign and helping to advance the President's policy agenda. In recent months OFA has organized thousands of events in support of President Obama's efforts to reform America’s broken health insurance system, has collected hundreds of thousands of stories emblematic of the struggles Americans face in providing health care for their families and has collected more than one million declarations of support for the President's principles for reform.
Call Joanne Peters, regional press secretary, DNC, 202-488-5038.