Posted by: iam0nly1 | April 25, 2008

Call 202-863-8000 to Hold the DNC Accountable

Not only is Howard Dean meddling in the race again, he is ignoring and violating the rules of the DNC.

Original: Via Heidi Li’s Potpourri blog, a highly disturbing report on which we must act:

Yesterday, at a strategy session I attended in Washington, DC, Clinton campaign director Terry McAuliffe alerted those present that two superdelegates from Florida had filed a formal complaint with Party’s rules committee board, which is refusing to count them. Regardless of the status of the seating of the Florida delegation, it is a violation of DNC rules to refuse to seat the Florida’s superdelegates (superdelegates are not chosen by primary). Guess what Howard Dean is doing? Refusing to refer the complaint to the rules committee. Terry urged everybody in the room and everybody we know to contact the DNC and specifically ask that the RCB address the complaint filed by the two Florida delegates. The telephone number for the D.N.C. is 202-863-8000. Call and simply say that you want to make sure that the Party’s rules committee addresses the Florida superdelegates’ recently filed complaint immediately.

Phone calls are the preferred method of contact because they get the most attention, but I did post a comment with Howard Dean’s email address.


Please call. Remember to remain polite. However, it is vitally important that the DNC and Howard Dean realized that we are informed, we do know the rules, and we will hold them accountable.



  1. I will call, and pass it on to my family and friends! thank-you for the information.

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