Monday, September 28, 2009

The DNC wants you to make the case for health reform through YouTube

This weekend, Organizing for America and the DNC launched the "Health Reform Video Challenge," which asks Americans to state their case for passing health care reform in 2009 through a 30-second YouTube video. All or part of the winner's video may be used in a television ad associated with the DNC's health reform campaign.

On the main contest page, OFA offers a few suggestions for citizens who don't know what to make a video about. They include creating an endorsement of Obama's plan, sharing a personal story about health care struggles, and calling out opponents of reform.

Videos must be submitted here by October 18.


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