You can feature a quote in your blog post by creating a pull quote. A pull quote is a small section of text pulled out and quoted in a larger typeface or using some other formatting distinct from the rest of the article.
See an example here: http://www.votecitizens.org/profiles/blogs/the-doctrine-of-tenacity
Adding a pull quote to your blog post is easy. After you finish writing your post and have identified a sentence or phrase that you want to highlight, click on edit blog post. In the edit mode click on the HTML Editor. Scroll down until you find the quote you want to "pull". Then add <div class="pullquote-right"> before the sentence and </div> just after the sentence (with no spaces in between).
Example: You just posted a blog about the Citizens Party. You want to highlight the sentence that reads "The Citizens Party is fighting for the Middle Class".
Go to edit, click on HTML Editor and add like this:
<div class="pullquote-right">The Citizens Party is fighting for the Middle Class.</div>
then click publish. Your quote should be found on the right hand side of your post, like the example we created here in Brian Hunt's blog post The Doctrine of Tenacity.