Thursday, December 6, 2007

Project White House: Deadline Extension!

Posted By on Thu, Dec 6, 2007 at 9:46 AM

As we note in The Skinny, we've extended the deadline for launching your very own presidential campaign as part of Project White House until noon on Monday, Dec. 10. So now you have all weekend to put together your campaign and get your name on the Arizona presidential primary ballot in February. Rules and details here.

We hope to break the news of a celebrity entrant later today ...

We'd also like to give props to Dave Maass, who has spreading the word of Project White House throughout the American Southwest. Maass, a one-time TW contributor who now works for the Santa Fe Reporter, has recruited Rhett Smith of Texas for PWH. You can learn more about Rhett at Maass' blog.

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