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Blogging from the Road

8 August 2009
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As our second summer in Montana draws to a close, it's important to reflect upon something.  Project Vote Smart truly is a national organization, and it is pretty extraordinary in this way.  Not only do interns come from all corners of the country (from California to Maine, Florida to Wisconsin, and Texas to Indiana), but membership exists in all 50 states.  As we know very well, simply to get from one office to the other, it is necessary to travel through Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Montana.  Or, if you're doing it the long way like we are, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, and Arizona.  What better opportunity is there to learn a bit about these states than from the perspective of two veteran PVS staff members?  Thus, we've decided to write in our blog along the way to share a bit about each of the states we're going to see.

-Bonnie Wolf, Tucson Office Director and Tallie Spiller, Internship Coordinator

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