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Do you have a fellow political activist in your family? Or a friend or colleague who would love to learn new skills and connect with other passionate organizers?

Did you answer yes to any of these questions? Then I have a deal for you!

Each year the staff of Netroots Nation offers a special holiday registration rate for next year's Netroots Nation conference. Make this a gift for yourself or for family and/or friends.

This week the conference registration rate has been rolled back to attend Netroots Nation 2014 to just $235 (a $40 discount.) But....This limited rate ends tonight at midnight Pacific time.

Click here to get your ticket at the annual holiday rollback price.

The conference is July 17-20 in Detroit. If you've been to a Netroots Nation event before, you know what a rich experience it is -- from the hands-on trainings to the enlightening panels to the chance to meet and reconnect with friends and allies from across the world. Last year, we expanded our programming to include 10 additional panels, 10 new trainings and an inspiring Ignite program on Saturday night.

Some exciting things are taking place now in Detroit. Take a look at one of the videos from Opportunity Detroit:

This year, we'll be in the newly renovated Cobo Center, located along the Detroit waterfront. With an open Senate seat and a chance to unseat Gov. Rick Snyder, it'll be a banner year in politics for Michigan -- and a huge opportunity for progressives to rally around some of the issues that are front and center there.

Click here to reserve your spot for Netroots Nation 2014 and get your special reduced rate of $235. And don't forget this deal ends tonight at midnight, PT.

See you in Detroit!

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