Sunday, April 30, 2017
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re: tonight's deadline
Saturday, April 29, 2017
LAST CHANCE: Become a Founding Donor before midnight
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Friday, April 28, 2017
re: 100 long days
You should be a Founding Donor before tomorrow
Donald Trump likes to say we're gonna win so much, we'll be tired of all the winning.
Well, he's right about one thing: those of us who've spent these first hundred days of the Trump administration fighting back have done a lot winning.
We won when we stopped a man with a record of mistreating his workers from heading the Department of Labor.
We won when we saved the Affordable Care Act from the chopping block, and kept the GOP from leaving millions of Americans out in the cold.
And we've already started winning elections, from city councils in Alaska and Illinois to state legislatures in Delaware and Connecticut. And we won a big victory last week in Georgia, setting us up for a chance to start replacing Republicans in Congress with Democrats.
We've won so much -- but are we tired of winning? Hell no! If you're like me, you're fired up to keep taking on Trump and the GOP and coming out on top.
So here's our next chance to win big: by fully funding our 100 Day Resistance Fund before tomorrow.
Our purpose with this fund is to make sure we're in fighting form to beat Trump's allies at the polls. Hitting our goal will be a massive blow to the GOP's efforts to keep a stranglehold on Congress, governorships, and state legislatures -- which means they won't be able to put the Trump agenda into practice.
If you're ready to keep winning, pitch in $3 or more and become a Founding Donor to the 100 Day Resistance Fund today.
If you've saved your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately.Thanks -- now let's win.
Democratic National Committee
Here's how I see it
Thursday, April 27, 2017
ADD YOUR NAME: Stop Donald's tax cut for the rich