I received an email from Dr. Dan Murrey, Executive Director, speaks to me in the next Democratic National Convention 2012 in Charlotte in 2012. And let me tell you how exciting how much I like, so democratic treatment I receive every time I send something the Democratic Party. I would personally attend many of the acts of the two campaigns: Democrats and Republicans.
I n this email inviting me to participate in the vote the winning poster to advertise the Convention. He tells me that there has been more than 300 creative proposals for the poster contest, and how happy you feel.
Here I present the 12 finalists. He tells me many hours the team spent hours reviewing the proposals, and many difficulties, until it was reduced to only 12.
I already vote. Then I put the mail, if you want to participate, as this competition is open toU.S. citizens or legal permanent U.S. residents who are legal residents of the 50 United States, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico and over 18 years.
"Dear Charlotte in 2012 supporter,
First, let me say how excited we were to receive over 300 creative submissions to our poster contest! Thank you to everyone who submitted a vision for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
Now, I'm happy to announce the top 12 finalists. Our team spent hours going over the submissions and with considerable difficulty, we whittled it down to just 12 for you to vote on. Now it's up to you to vote for your favorites.
The rules are simple. The poster with the most votes will be one of the official posters of the 2012 Democratic National convention. Select your three favorites today; visit www.charlottein2012.com/postercontest to register your vote!
Voting will only last for two weeks so don't delay.
Dr. Dan Murrey
PS: Make sure to pass along to your entire list so your favorite poster wins."