Monday, March 31, 2014
|Elections like the ones this year can be tough for Democrats.|
To finish what we've started, we need to protect our Senate majority and pick up ground in the House -- and that's at a minimum.
I know we've got the grit to get that done -- because we've always accomplished hard things by backing up our passion with total commitment.
And tonight's big fundraising deadline is a chance to prove our commitment to electing a Congress that will work with me over the next few years. If 254 Democrats from San Francisco step up right now, I think we'll be in good shape.
Be one of those people, and chip in $10 or more before midnight:
P.S. -- There's another important deadline tonight -- open enrollment for Obamacare closes at midnight. If you or someone you know still needs to get covered, visit HealthCare.gov right now.
We're not even close
One day, you and I will get to look back on this movement we built together, and we'll measure our success.
When we do that, we'll be proud of all we did. But we're not even close to being done -- and what you do today is going to go a long way toward determining what we're going to be able to do over the next few years.
This is the critical end-of-quarter fundraising deadline for candidates running for office this November. That's important, because the composition of the House and the Senate that we're working to elect right now will determine a big part of what we can get done in the years to come.
Chip in $10 or more before midnight to help elect a Democratic Congress.
I will promise you that I will continue to do everything I can as President of the United States to put forward our values and to ensure our movement helps shape our country's future -- and you can help in a big way.
That starts with electing allies to the House and fighting for our party's seats in the Senate -- and what Democrats have in the bank at midnight tonight will dictate what their campaigns are able to do this year.
Click here to make a critical impact -- at a critical financial moment that will end at midnight tonight. Please give $10 or what you can to help elect lawmakers who will support you and me.
When we look back on what we built, we'll ask ourselves:
Did we never back down from an opportunity to stand with America's middle class? To get our economy back on track? Did we raise voices that speak for women, for young people, and did we treat all Americans -- and aspiring Americans -- with respect? Did we make it easier for Americans to live longer, healthier lives?
The 2014 elections are a big key to that. And Democrats need your help before midnight tonight to win.
Donate $10 or more here:
Thanks for standing with me for so long,
P.S. -- This is the last day to start an application for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act's exchanges. If you or someone you know needs coverage, take a look at the options on HealthCare.gov.
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So before the critical fundraising deadline at midnight tonight, chip in $10 or more, and help make sure that doesn't happen:
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Democratic National Committee
P.S. -- Speaking of Senator McConnell: We've got a good shot at making him former Senator McConnell this November. Let's go.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Your 2014 supporter report:
We could lose
|Folks, I've been in this business a long time, and I've seen a lot of deadlines come and go.|
But let me tell you why the deadline tomorrow is among the most important: If we wake up on Tuesday and find out we came up short, we're in bad shape for November -- that is not hyperbole.
That's why we're asking 519 Democrats like you from San Francisco to chip in to keep your region's support strong
Losing will mean more senators like Ted Cruz, and more Tea Party Republicans in the House.
I don't have to tell you why we can't let that happen. So join your neighbors and chip in $10 or more before tomorrow's deadline to make sure it doesn't:
Thanks for everything you're doing to support Barack and me.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
We need 555 people from San Francisco before Monday
Now, my eyes are pretty bleary, so I wanted to check in: Is this a mistake?
Two things. First, if you've made a recent online contribution, or contributed by check or by mail, this may not be reflected above. Second, I don't mean to imply that donating is the only way to support Democrats. But the truth of the matter is that in a world with the Koch brothers spending tens of millions of dollars to trash President Obama and his allies, we just can't win if supporters like you don't step up and chip in what they can, when they can.
After your $10 makes it to my desk, it will get used to support candidates running in races for seats in Congress and statehouses across the country. It will also go toward building the infrastructure that will take us to the 2016 presidential election.
When the clock strikes midnight at the end of the month, we'll have to make some tough choices about what we can do to help candidates. Help make those decisions a little easier today:
Thanks for being so great,
Democratic National Committee
P.S. -- You're right, we are sending a lot of emails. My brother's birthday is on March 31st, and even he has stopped opening emails from me because he's afraid I am going to ask him for money. But if you're feeling braver than he is, you can chip in here.
If you've contributed by check or by mail, this won't be reflected in your online donor record -- but thank you for your support!
We might have a problem
If we lose control of the Senate this November -- and don't win back the House -- we have a real problem on our hands. We'll never get another chance to elect a Congress who will work with President Barack Obama.
But here's the good news: We have a plan to win, and you know what it is -- you saw it in effect in 2012.
You also know that plan requires you to step up. So before the critical end of quarter fundraising deadline on Monday, chip in $10 or more to help Democrats hold the Senate and take back the House.
Hate the fact that the House Republicans have voted more than 50 times to repeal (or to gut) Obamacare? Watch what happens if the GOP has a majority in both chambers.
In order to make sure that doesn't happen, Democrats are counting on folks like you who chip in what they can, when they can.
Those contributions from people like us add up in a major way. So before the huge fundraising deadline on Monday, I hope you'll join me and help support Democrats today: