Saturday, July 16, 2016
Republicans know how to raise big money
Thanks so much for being part of this.
The Republicans start their convention on Monday. But no matter what happens, we already know that their candidates and platform are wrong for America. Pitch in whatever you can to help make sure we beat Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and the rest of the GOP on Election Day:
Remember this time last summer?
We were eagerly awaiting the first GOP debate, popcorn and bingo cards in hand. We looked out at a Republican primary field of 17 led by Donald Trump and we couldn't believe it.
Well, believe it or not, it's really happening. We're only two days away from the start of the convention where Donald Trump will officially become the Republican Party's nominee for president.
Now, Trump's campaign operation may still be acting like it's amateur hour, but as we'll see this week in Cleveland, it's being bolstered by a party that knows what it's doing (I promise). The GOP really doesn't want Hillary Clinton to be president, and they really really don't want a Democratic-controlled Congress -- and as we're going to hear from countless people this week, they're going to do anything they can to stop us.
This is where you come in. Republicans know how to raise money -- a lot of it. They have donors who can write big checks, not to mention the millions of dollars that Trump has given his own campaign. But we have an awesome army of grassroots supporters. Can you pitch in $10 or more to keep Donald Trump and Mike Pence out of the White House, and beat Republicans across the country?
If you've saved your payment information, your donation will go through immediately.This is going to be a big week. And next week in Philadelphia is going to be even bigger -- because we're going to get to celebrate what's great about being a Democrat and get fired up and ready to elect Hillary Clinton and Democrats up and down the ticket in November.
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We want to hit the ground running after these conventions, so pitch in today so we have the momentum we need for these next four months:
All the best,
Amy K. Dacey
Chief Executive Officer
Democratic National Committee
P.S. -- The Republican Convention is going to be a four-day infomercial full of distortions of President Obama's record and outright lies about Hillary Clinton, so we're going to be setting the record straight. You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or forward emails like these to everyone you know to get the word out.