Stacy Deck

Volunteer, Organizing for America

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Volunteer with Organizing for America; former neighborhood team coordinator in Southern Indiana for Obama's presidential campaign; social worker and Adjunct Professor of Social Work at the University of Louisville in Kentucky

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After winning the White House, President Obama said his volunteer army of 13 million would play a crucial role in his administration.

The Obama White House and the Permanent Campaign

After winning the White House, President Obama said his volunteer army of 13 million would play a crucial role in his administration.

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After winning the White House, President Obama said his volunteer army of 13 million would play a crucial role in his administration.

The Obama White House and the Permanent Campaign

After winning the White House, President Obama said his volunteer army of 13 million would play a crucial role in his administration.

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To demand action from Congress — on healthcare, energy independence and the stimulus package — the President's using the bully pulpit.

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To demand action from Congress — on healthcare, energy independence and the stimulus package — the President's using the bully pulpit.

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