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Archive for June 25th, 2010

Democratic Party launches iPhone and iPad Apps

Posted by Admin On June - 25 - 2010 ADD COMMENTS

Letter to the Editor

As the Democratic Party steps up our groundbreaking efforts this election season, we’re launching our party’s first iPhone and iPad apps — allowing Democrats across the country to stay connected and get involved in new ways.

This first mobile app ever released by our party — and the first iPad app ever released by a political party or candidate — will help supporters call Congress, find local events, connect with other grassroots Democratic supporters, and have access to the latest photos, videos and political news, all at their fingertips.

The new apps are the next step in our constant effort to empower supporters with information they need, when they need it. Earlier this month we launched RaiseYourVote.com, a brand new site where anyone can find personalized information on how to register, and when and where to vote in their area.

These steps are designed to advance our core mission: making sure grassroots Democrats have every advantage to help elect candidates they’re passionate about and then to work side-by-side with those men and women, once they’re voted into office, to move our country forward.

These efforts will play a crucial role in our unprecedented Vote 2010 campaign to turn out the 15 million first-time 2008 voters and energize and empower our core Democratic voters to support the President’s allies in House, Senate and governor’s races. If you have an iPhone or an iPad, I hope you’ll download our app. Or if you know someone who does, please pass along this message.

You can download the iPhone or iPad app here:

http://my.democrats.org/iphone

Governor Tim Kaine
Chairman

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