Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Enough delegates to win the nomination ~ @BernieSanders








Bernie Sanders for President


We are in the midst of a stretch where 27 states will vote or caucus as part of the Democratic primary, with over 2,000 delegates up for grabs. It’s no exaggeration to say this is the most important stretch of our campaign.
Secretary Clinton’s supporters are responding: her campaign is holding at least a dozen high-dollar fundraisers this week, including one last night where some donors paid $27,000 to attend. And one of her Wall Street-funded super PACs has spent millions of dollars to influence a number of the upcoming primaries.
They’re responding this way because we have pulled within a few points in the national polls and ended up winning the Latino vote in Nevada. If we can keep it up, we are going to win. But we can’t stop. Not now. Not when we are so close and with so much on the line. That’s why I need to ask all of my supporters today:
Can I count on you to contribute to our political revolution? Supporters like you are stepping up in record numbers, and if you add your contribution today, we are going to win this election.
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Yes, Wall Street has enormous economic and political power. Yes, Wall Street has made HUGE contributions to the Clinton campaign and their super PACs. Yes, they have an endless surplus of money.
But we have something they don’t have. And that is millions of working families standing together and demanding change. If we keep moving forward together, we are going to win.
In solidarity,
Bernie Sanders
















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1 comment:

  1. Not sure, Debbie Wasserman Schultz & the Dem party elites seem to be against the will of the people with this Superdelegates nonsense. Learn something new every election cycle - this year its coin tosses, superdelegates & high card draws.

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