Monday, July 31, 2017
I wanted to make sure you saw this because it's a big deal:
We're making a major commitment in Virginia to help Ralph Northam, Justin Fairfax, and Mark Herring win, and elect more Virginia Democrats down the ticket.
This investment will empower Democratic candidates across the Commonwealth to build stronger organizing, digital, and data programs. And we're doubling the number of organizers on the ground, too.
We're all-in in Virginia. If you are too, pitch in $3 or more to help elect Democrats there and across the country before our fundraising deadline tonight.
Republicans and their special interest allies like the Koch brothers are taking these races seriously, and so are we. No matter what level of office, no matter what corner of the Commonwealth, no one will be able to say that Democrats didn't do everything we could to win.
And if we organize and win in Virginia, we can build the same foundation for victory in every single state. We can give every Democratic candidate the support they need to campaign on a level playing field against the GOP's billionaire donors and super PACs -- but only if we have grassroots supporters like you in our corner.
Pitch in $3 before tonight's deadline to help us keep making major investments like this one, kick Republicans out of office, and elect Democrats from the school board to the Senate.
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Democratic National Committee
If we're going to get our country back on track...
For folks in my state, and the Virginia economy, affordable health care and strengthened Medicaid are critical. But if it were up to Trump and his allies in Congress, the Affordable Care Act would be gone and Medicaid would be gutted.
In my administration, we believe that if you work hard, you should be able to put food on the table and even save a little. But across the country, Republican legislatures and governors continue to give handouts to the wealthy, and some have even lowered the minimum wage.
In Virginia, even before President Trump pulled out of the Paris accord, I began the process of carbon reduction unilaterally. But most Republicans refuse to even acknowledge simple scientific facts.
On issue after issue, the gap between what the majority of Americans want and what Republicans in Washington and state capitols across the country are doing is wider than it has ever been.
So if we're going to get our country back on the right track, we need to replace Republicans at every level of office with Democrats who will fight for the values that most Americans believe in.
I know we can do it. I've seen the energy and passion that millions of Americans have put into standing up to Trump and the GOP on everything from Trump's Muslim ban to his deportation raids to health care repeal.
The next step is to turn our activism into votes, but we need your help to make it happen. Before the big fundraising deadline at midnight, chip in $3 or more to help Democrats win.
If you've saved your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately.Thanks for everything you're doing.
re: big victories last week
Sunday, July 30, 2017
For all of us
Something to commemorate this moment (free sticker!)
If you've saved your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately.
Pitch in $3 or whatever you can before our deadline tomorrow to help elect Democrats in every state.
Bad things happen when Democrats lose elections.
Trump and his Republican cronies in Congress have scratched and clawed at almost every bit of progress this country has made. They've attacked affordable health care and Medicaid, threatened decades of progress to make our military diverse by announcing a ban on transgender Americans from serving, and launched an all-out assault on our right to vote.
We've got to turn things around, but we don't have to wait until the next presidential election to do it. The fight to get our country back on track has already started with elections at the state and local level. Chip in $3 or more before our deadline tomorrow to help elect Democrats who will keep the GOP in check.
Here's just one way we're already doing it -- we're making a significant investment in this year's elections in Virginia.
With more organizers on the ground, additional digital, tech, and data resources, and training to help get our party's message out, we're giving every Democrat on the ballot a leg up.
The single best thing we can do to stop Trump and the GOP is to elect Democrats -- this year, next year, and beyond. But we're relying on our best grassroots supporters like you to make sure we can make the investments that it takes to win.
Chip in $3 or more before the fundraising deadline tomorrow night to help Democrats compete and win in every state. I promise that what you do will make a difference.
Democratic National Committee
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Get your free sticker today - before they're all gone!
re: Monday's deadline
re: Monday at midnight
Friday, July 28, 2017
History will not be kind to those who voted for repeal.
Pitch in $3 or whatever you can to our Health Care Accountability Fund to take the fight to the Republicans who voted to take away our health care.
I'm not sure I've ever seen anything as dangerous or reckless in Washington as what Republicans tried to do this week with health care.
On Tuesday, fifty Senate Republicans and Mike Pence voted to move forward with repealing the Affordable Care Act despite not having any idea what the consequences would be. The Trump administration openly threatened senators for acting in the best interests of their constituents and opposing repeal. And the GOP flat-out ignored millions of calls, protests, and desperate pleas to save our health care.
Let's make something clear to Trump and his allies in Congress: we won't stop fighting to stop repeal, and we're going to make sure the Republicans who do vote to take our care away pay a hefty price.
There are eight Republican senators up for re-election next year, including Dean Heller, who cast the deciding vote on Tuesday afternoon to move forward with repeal and then voted for repeal again early this morning. We will vote them out -- it's as simple as that.
Let's channel our frustrations and anger into electing Democrats all over the country. Before our deadline on Monday, pitch in $3 or whatever you can to our new Health Care Accountability Fund.
Democratic National Committee