Monday, April 11, 2005

'' moves into neighborhood''

"Where does move on to, now that the 2004 presidential election is history? It seemed like an appropriate question to ask Adam Ruben, the field director who recently transplanted from Washington, D.C., to Seattle. The relocation (he lived here in the early 1990s) was more for family reasons than organizational; a virtual entity, MoveOn can be run from just about anywhere. Still, Seattle is a MoveOn stronghold, and Ruben's arrival is giving a lift to regional progressives deflated by November election results."-from the story in today's Seattle Times.

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