Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Who’s ⬆, who’s ⬇

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Friend --

Every morning, I look at polls. Getting this close to an election, you expect to see some deviation -- a few points lost in Illinois and gained in Michigan, a little lean in Texas or some soft numbers in Minnesota. But this week, I've seen a few numbers that aren't your average pre-election chaos.

We have a real, viable chance to pick up seven or more governorships from the GOP.

A lot of Democrats are already starting to pitch in because of this news -- and I'm hoping you'll join them, and really get some legs under this prediction.

These governors are unpopular guys who've proven again and again that their dedication to partisanship above all else doesn't play outside of Washington -- and with a little help from you, their voters will send them packing. Think about Rick Scott. Tom Corbett. Nathan Deal. All these governors who've done nothing for their states or the middle class, sent on their way to regroup before their runs for president, their new PACs, writing their memoirs.

It's in your hands -- please chip in $10 or more right now so we don't lose this moment.

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Raul Alvillar
National Political Director
Democratic National Committee

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