Miti Sathe is a Democratic Party activist who works for Blue Engine Message & Media, a political consulting firm, and serves as the political director for Common Purpose, a pro-Obama strategy and messaging operation. According to her website she "specializes in organizing effective issue advocacy campaigns for non-profit and political clients" and has "a decade of political experience designing and managing complex marketing campaigns. Beginning in 2007, Sathe served as Deputy Marketing Director for the Obama for America Presidential Campaign. ... Prior to joining the Obama campaign, Sathe was an account executive for MSHC Partners, a leading political online marketing and direct mail firm. ... In 2005, Sathe served as the Democratic National Committee’s Director of the State Party Victory Fund." 
- Ben Smith, "'Common Purpose'," Politico.com, April 8, 2009.
- Jane Hamsher, "White House May be Dictating, But We’re Not Stenographers," Firedoglake blog, April 8, 2009.
- Jeremy Scahill, Rahm Emanuel's Think Tankers Enforce 'Message Discipline' Among 'Liberals', RebelReports.com, April 9, 2009.
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