Monday, May 15, 2006
Have you heard the news?
Here's what readers of the Washington Post woke up to on a recent Sunday morning:
The buzz is finally building in the press about what nearly 70% of Americans know, according to recent polls: enough is enough, and it's time for real change.
Democrats are on the rise, but the November elections are six months away and we can't let this opportunity slip. We need to build steadily until then -- more staff on the ground, more outreach to ordinary Americans, and more resources to get out the vote.
With your help we can raise $250,000 this week that will be focused on one goal: winning in 2006. Can you make a donation of $50 or even $25 to make it happen?
Every single day our operation across the country makes personal contact with more and more Americans. People are responding to our simple, common-sense agenda:
These six simple points will be the keys to our victory in 2006. If you're ready to be a part of the change, make your donation now:
Day by day, with the resources you provide, we are rebuilding a sense of community in our country. The year 2006 can be a year of change only if ordinary Americans come together and decide that it's time to start providing real solutions to problems that we face.
It's going to take a lot of work between now and November to get our message out and reach every voter who wants change. But with your donation it can happen. Please contribute whatever you can afford to push Democrats to victory in 2006:
Democrats are ready to lead, and because of your help we're going to be leading -- with a new majority in Congress and countless new elected officials in every state at every level of office.
But it's up to you to take the lead now and drive this victory. You have the power to transform our government -- and that's exactly what we're going to do.
Governor Howard Dean, M.D.
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