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It goes without saying that we are disappointed by the result of the special election in Massachusetts.
There will be plenty of time to dissect this race and to apply the lessons learned from it in elections to come. But in the meantime, we will continue to work tirelessly on behalf of the American people, and we will redouble our efforts to lay out a clear choice for voters this November.
And while the path toward change has never been easy, there is always a way forward.
This Wednesday, the President will be delivering his first State of the Union address, where he will lay out that path -- and Democratic Party and Organizing for America supporters will be gathering together at State of the Union Watch Parties across the country.
Can you help out, by signing up to host one?
All you need is a place for folks to gather, a phone, and a TV to watch on. I'll be attending an event in St. Louis, and we'll help recruit supporters from your area to come to yours. Then we'll launch the next step in our work together.
These State of the Union Watch Parties are a great way for us all to play a role as we forge a path forward.
No experience is necessary to host a successful event -- once you sign up to host, a local organizer will be in touch about what to do next.
I know that folks are feeling down after Tuesday's loss. But our nation faces real challenges, and with your help President Obama will continue to tackle them head on.
Please sign up to host a State of the Union Watch Party, and help move us forward:
Governor Tim Kaine
P.S. -- I want to thank our state parties and our DNC and Organizing for America staff and volunteers all across the country who worked tirelessly on the Massachusetts campaign. Together, we generated more than 2 million calls to Massachusetts voters in the final week of the election.