Democratic Party Unity Takes Giant Step Toward Becoming Reality Through Launch of New Social Networking Site

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Since the end of the Democratic Primary, uniting the Democratic Party has been the ultimate goal.The new website facilitates the way through Social Networking. A cross between Facebook, CNN, The Huffington Post and Politico, provides political news, blogs, forums, events and State groups to bring Democrats together on local issues as well as National. 2008-07-23

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RSS focuses on bringing together all Democrats, whether you are a Hillary Clinton supporter, Barack Obama supporter, or John Edwards's supporter. is the place everyone can come. It's the Social Networking web 2.0 portal for Democratic Unity.

Members get their own personal page, complete with their own Blog. Posts are featured on the front page. They can start forum discussions, invite friends, get e-mail messages and check out the latest activity all from their personal page. They can even start groups and schedule events.

The site also includes a member spotlight section, every few weeks a new member is featured which includes a bio and any projects or businesses they may be involved in.

Getting the latest news updates are an integral part of being an informed Democrat, and it is very important in a Presidential election. gives you the latest World News, Political news, US news, and Entertainment news, Science, Technology and the latest CNN Videos.

State groups, are groups that have been created for every state so that members can organize and talk about local issues and congressional races in their home state. This is a great way to stay connected and focused on a local agenda as well as a national one.

State T-shirts are available at Demunity Store to help get the word out and help support the vision of Democratic Party unity.

"Understanding each other's viewpoint and finding common ground on issues are things that will unite The Democratic Party," says the sites founder Arnold Hayes. Focusing on the future and not dwelling in the past could make Democratic Unity a reality in November.

After the Presidential election there will still be a lot of work to be done. Democrats will need to continue to stay involved in the process. Through Social Networking on people can come together and talk about Federal Legislation, Active Legislation and Congressional votes. The approval rating of Congress is at an all time low, knowing the problems and the proposed solutions will be critical.

Arnold Hayes has been in the technology field for over 15 years and has always been interested in politics and helping to change the world for the better.

Arnold Hayes, Founder


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