[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/02/03/art.plouffe.file.gi.jpg caption="David Plouffe appeared in a web video released Tuesday."]Washington (CNN) – David Plouffe, the architect of President Obama's 2008 campaign and now an outside adviser to the White House, appears in an Organizing for America video touting the organization's effectiveness in 2009 while acknowledging setbacks.
Accompanying the Web video, released Tuesday, is a two-page survey summary entitled "Your Thoughts on 2010."
In what amounts to a year end summary and look ahead to 2010, Plouffe says, "Clearly we also learned from the survey that we can serve you better. You would like more communication and we have to foster that."
According to the released document, health care reform is still a high priority for Organizing for America members, a subject Plouffe addressed in the video saying, "We are still on the doorstep of passing health care reform, something that has been tried for one hundred years."
Following Obama's win in 2008, Plouffe did not immediately join the White House, but was brought back into the fold following Republican Sen.-elect Scott Brown's victory in a Massachusetts special election.