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Democracy for America Calls for Democratic Unity BURLINGTON, VT -- DemocracyForAmerica.com, our nation's largest progressive political action organization, today, in a message to its over 700,000 members, called on Democrats and progressives to unite behind Sen. Barack Obama as the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party. What started six months ago in the caucuses in Iowa has produced a phenomenal candidate who is ready to bring Americans together to end the War in Iraq, provide health care to all, and confront the very real threats of global climate change. Democrats, progressives, independents, and Republicans will come together to support Barack Obama and defeat John McCain and the failed policies of George W. Bush. "This has been a nomination process that no one could have predicted, but it is a process that was controlled by empowered voters who want to put an end to the disastrous leadership of President Bush, Vice President Cheney, and Sen. McCain," said Jim Dean, Chair of Democracy for America. "Over 35 million voters participated in Democratic primaries and caucuses because they were energized by the candidates and because they are ready for a change from the discredited and shortsighted Republican vision." In his message to Democracy for America's members, Jim Dean wrote, "Last night, Barack Obama won the delegates necessary to become the Democratic Nominee. This historic victory is a testament to your hard work and dedication. We're moving America forward into a new era of progressive leadership." "We are witnesses to an historic and transparent process that has strengthened the Democratic Party and provided us with a candidate who will defeat John McCain and move America back to a position of leadership in the world," said Arshad Hasan, Executive Director of Democracy for America. "Now that the primaries and caucuses are done, as Democrats, as progressives, as Americans we must unite behind our nominee and work as hard as we can to win the White House and change the world." ###
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