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Obama 2.0 faces big test in 2010

Organizing for America, aka Obama 2.0, the arm of the Democratic national party focused on advancing the president's agenda, is starting to ramp up for the 2010 election.

OFA's deputy national director, Jeremy Bird, is slated to attend the opening a second Florida office tonight in Miami Beach. While OFA has focused on Obama's policies like the economic stimulus package (which passed Congress) and health care reform (which hasn't), it will now turn its attention more to electing like-minded candidates.