Wednesday, October 15, 2008
From the debate hall
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I just finished the last debate before the election.
Now the outcome of this campaign is up to you. I need your help to get our message out -- and to get out the vote.
I wouldn't ask for your support if this campaign didn't urgently need it.
Your donation of $5 or more today is essential to our unprecedented get out the vote operation in these final days.
The most dangerous thing you can do right now is nothing. Your support and hard work are exactly what we need between now and Election Day.
While he didn't mention the middle class, John McCain chose to repeat the false, negative attacks that make up 100% of his advertising these days.
The truth is that his choices say more about his campaign than they do about me.
But John McCain and his allies are not going to stop fighting -- or attacking -- until the very end.
We're doing this a different way. Tonight I talked about the real problems ordinary people face during this economic crisis and concrete ways that I will create jobs, cut health care costs, build a new energy policy, and get our economy moving.
But time is running out. Our strength and our success in these last 20 days depends on you:
Thank you for all you do,