Talk:Campaign for America's Future

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Achievements Citation[edit]

Does anyone have a subscription to verify Source #9 on the Achievements? I haven't looked at the book referenced lately, but the tone of that comment (about them taking donations away from other organizations) is entirely unlike the tone of the part of the source that I have read.--Thalia42 (talk) 09:31, 20 December 2014 (UTC)

Robocall campaign[edit]

I'll be getting the facts about the "Robocall Campaign" and adding them later. As it is it just one person being annoyed and using wikipedia as a soap box. IrnBru001 16:06, 14 July 2006 (UTC)

Founders[edit]

I removed the dead lk [1], which they don't seem to intend to replace. I searched up what is apparently a copy of their old founders list, [2]. --Jerzyt 21:38, 26 August 2008 (UTC)

Ambassador feedback[edit]

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Thanks for contacting me for feedback.

  1. The first thing that jumps out at me pertains to citation formatting. The citations that you have provided need to be reformatted. As they are currently presented, they fall under the category of link rot. You can find more at the link provided. When I format citations, I use a cheat located at http://toolserver.org/~dispenser/view/Reflinks. Check "interactive" and "show changes" and make sure to enter your article name. After you click "run reflinks", the citations should be automatically formatted. At the bottom of the page, simply click "preview" and that will take you back to your article, where you can click "save". The edit summary is entered automatically. Make sure to remove the red links in your citations. Do not use the "online interview" as a source.
  2. Add more links to other articles on Wikipedia.
  3. Remove the "Organization" section. This information is time sensitive and may often require updating with changes in the organizational structure. If a reader wants to review this detailed information, they can use the link to the organization's official website.
  4. Please note the changes I've made to the infobox. I've removed the duplicate organizational name from the infobox. Essentially, when the name of the article subject is offered in the image, we don't include it above. I've formatted the orgs official website link. I've removed the links to nonexistent articles for the founders. If notability for the founders, independent from the organization cannot be established or is unlikely to be established, we don't include links to nonexistent articles.
  5. Remove the embedded link for Muckety and enter the link as a wikilink.
  6. Remove the Mission Statement section.
  7. Remove content and quotes that cannot be verified or can only be verified through a verbal interview. While the content may be true, Wikipedia requires that it is verifiable.
  8. And finally, some of the sections contain minimal content. I recommend that you condense (merge) the content into fewer sections. Please feel free to contact me again if you have questions or need more help. Best regards, Cind.amuse (Cindy) 22:59, 13 November 2011 (UTC)