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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Help Elizabeth Warren win!



This deadline matters
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Mindy Myers, ElizabethWarren.com Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 10:31 AM
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This is the most important deadline we've got.
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Elizabeth Warren for Massachusetts

Virginia,
$450k by Tonight.  Donate.
For most people, a June 30th fundraising deadline doesn't mean a whole lot.
But for us, this is the most important deadline we've got.
This deadline is about more than sending paperwork to a government office building. It's about planning what the critical next four months of Elizabeth's campaign are going to look like.
We truly believe: This race won't be won by a last-minute cash infusion in October. It's going to be won by the person who invests in a ground game now.
Your support helps our team hire more organizers, recruit more volunteers, and go door-to-door in every corner of the Commonwealth, talking to people about the choice they have in this election. That's how Elizabeth will win.
We can't make those investments without your help. Will you please chip in $15 -- or whatever you can afford -- by our deadline at midnight tonight?
We can't kid ourselves: Scott Brown still has a big fundraising advantage right now -- and he's been getting money from Wall Street like a fire hose is aimed in his direction.
But Elizabeth's got one thing he doesn't have: You.
This deadline matters. Thank you for doing your part.
Mindy Myers
Campaign Manager
Elizabeth for MA
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2 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, Warren has emerged as the darling of the progressive drecks who have destroyed the democrat party and want her for president in 2016.

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  2. Hi Alessandro,

    I don't think Elizabeth Warren is responsible for the behavior/adoration of pseudo progressives. I support her for her principled stands over the years on behalf of the middle class and because I think she would be a fine senator. I don't think her background as a professor, her creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and her candidacy for the U.S. Senate qualify her to run for president in 2016.

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