Perhaps this or another thread can contain discussion of how this Phreedom event can be used to organize. Lit, for one can be brought to this central location, and then distributed out from there.
People who are there can be signed up to work in a specific CD on election day. The official campaign might want to handle this, but they might be overwhelmed by events and not want to sort volunteer information into CDs, perhaps CD specific volunteer sign up sheets would be good.
Will our delegate candidates be speaking? Ron Paul supporters need to know who the Ron Paul delegates are. I'm sure that they'll
Since this is in Philly, you might want to do some brute force GOTV with 18-29 males, CD 1 and CD 2 are largely democrat CDs, not a lot of votes will be needed to win.
Most likely, April 25 will roll around, we'll have some tiny number like we just got in DC and Baltimore city, and someone will notice this here and say "why did we only get 800 votes in Philadelphia"? I dunno.
CDs 1 and 2 weren't particularly good for Ron Paul last time. But this is a big big rally, so, brute force GOTV. You're going to want to have people on the ground, on election day, at the colleges. Many many colleges in Philly.
I'm heading to this from North Jersey. Does anyone have a suggestion on a good train station in South Jersey to park at and transit options to the area?
I think this Rally could be absolutely HUGE IN SIZE if the word gets out in the Northeast!!!!
This rally could conclude one of the greatest weeks yet in the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign.
Remember to ask individuals to go the Official Campaign Website and Donate!!! We need new RP Donors and Supporters!!
Anyone going to the dinner with Ron Paul event after the rally for a $400 donation? It's a lot of money, but it's obviously for a good cause. I'm debating whether or not to go. Anyone know how many are expected to show up?
Forecast says it's going to rain all day Sunday. What is the plan for the event if it does? Rally in the rain?
I think I'd still go if Ron was still going, but I think turnout will suffer greatly.
I emailed the phreedom2012 site and got a reply saying "bring an umbrella".