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of [[Wellstone Action]], a Minnesota based organization based on the political legacy<ref>http://www.wellstone.org/about-us/our-mission-goals</ref> of that state’s late ‘progressive” Senator [[Paul Wellstone]].
 
of [[Wellstone Action]], a Minnesota based organization based on the political legacy<ref>http://www.wellstone.org/about-us/our-mission-goals</ref> of that state’s late ‘progressive” Senator [[Paul Wellstone]].
  
:Wellstone Action and Wellstone Action Fund combine to form a national center for training and leadership development for the progressive movement. Founded in January 2003, Wellstone Action's mission is to honor the legacy of Paul and Sheila Wellstone by continuing their work through training, educating, mobilizing and organizing a vast network of progressive individuals and organizations.
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:''Wellstone Action and Wellstone Action Fund combine to form a national center for training and leadership development for the progressive movement. Founded in January 2003, Wellstone Action's mission is to honor the legacy of Paul and Sheila Wellstone by continuing their work through training, educating, mobilizing and organizing a vast network of progressive individuals and organizations.''
  
 
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Revision as of 05:39, 23 September 2009

Sam Kaplan...

Wellstone Action

In 2009 Sam Kaplan was listed as a member of the Board of Directors and Advisory Board[1] of Wellstone Action, a Minnesota based organization based on the political legacy[2] of that state’s late ‘progressive” Senator Paul Wellstone.

Wellstone Action and Wellstone Action Fund combine to form a national center for training and leadership development for the progressive movement. Founded in January 2003, Wellstone Action's mission is to honor the legacy of Paul and Sheila Wellstone by continuing their work through training, educating, mobilizing and organizing a vast network of progressive individuals and organizations.

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