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blackagendareport: Community Organizer VS Corrupt Politician: The December 6 New Orleans Congressional Election

blackagendareport.com – Community Organizer VS Corrupt Politician: The December 6 New Orleans Congressional Election

The December 6 New Orleans congressional election isn’t just a local choice between a privatizing “minority” Republican, a notoriously corrupt Democrat and a caring, competent community organizer running on the Green Party ticket. In these times when anyone, anywhere can contribute to the efforts of real progressives with the click of a mouse, or volunteer to reach undecided voters, the days leading to this election are a test of whether there exists even the shadow of a national movement mature enough to hold any black Democrats the least bit accountable to the needs of his constituents

As is often the case, the Republican and the Democrat represent more of the same. But this time there’s another choice.


Here’s what you can do.

You can click here to donate to Malik Rahim’s media fund THIS WEEK to ensure that he can air radio commercials in the final days before the election.

You can click here to volunteer your energy and phone minutes phone banking to New Orleans voters. You’ll be guided through a polite, well thought-out online script that informs undecided voters of the clear choice before them.

Is there a chance that supporting the Green candidate could lead to a Republican temporarily assuming the seat in New Orleans? Honestly yes, there is that chance. It would not be possible of Louisiana’s lazy and hollow Democratic party had bothered to come up with an honest and viable Democrat to represent hundreds of thousands of New Orleans voters. But they didn’t. And they won’t. There is also a chance of sending a real community organizer to congress.  One choice was forced upon us.  The other is ours to make, and to take.

It’s anybody’s contest in New Orleans December 6. We hope that our readers will do the right thing.  Forward the link to this page, and to Malik Rahim’s web site to all your friends, family and associates.  Give generously to put Malik Rahim’s radio commercials in play, to get him parity with the fat cats who contribute to his Republican and Democratic opponents. And participate in the phone bank that reminds New Orleans voters of the December 6 election.

In a low turnout environment like this a few votes, a modest contribution of money or time can make a big difference.  If you want a change, be that change.

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