Saturday, April 23, 2016

State of the race

Bernie Sanders for President

One of the reasons Bernie has done so well throughout this campaign is because he is telling the truth about the reality of American life today. And right now, I want to tell you the truth about the reality of this race:
You already know that the New York primary was a tough loss. But there are five more primaries in less than one week and we are going fight for every single vote and every single delegate.
Not just because we are going to do everything we can to win, but because every single vote, and every single delegate for Bernie Sanders is a declaration of support for the values we share.
Together, we are the most powerful force for change in American politics today. Our political revolution has already forced a former U.S. Senator and Secretary of State to change her mind on matters as critical as international trade, the Keystone Pipeline, and the federal minimum wage. And with every vote and every victory, we grow stronger. That’s why I have to ask:
Can Bernie count on you to make a contribution to our campaign today to help us win, and as a way of saying YOU WILL NEVER STOP FIGHTING for the values we share?

The New York Times reported that just this week the Clinton campaign "hosted hundreds of bundlers" at a Manhattan hotel to "focus on bolstering her fund-raising for the contest against Mr. Sanders." Her millionaire and billionaire backers are still fighting, because for them our campaign is about more than an election — our success threatens their way of life. That’s why the head of Goldman Sachs said Bernie is "dangerous."
He is right. We are dangerous for Wall Street and the billionaire class of this country. And with every contribution, every vote, and every delegate, we become even more powerful. That's why your contribution matters. Add one today.
In solidarity,
Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016

Paid for by Bernie 2016
(not the billionaires)
PO Box 905 - Burlington VT 05402 United States - (855) 4-BERNIE

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