Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Brace yourself if we win Wisconsin tonight

Bernie Sanders for President

Today is a very important day for our campaign. We’ve won six of the last seven contests and have a chance to do VERY well in Wisconsin tonight.
This isn’t something the political establishment ever expected. That’s probably why one of the Clinton campaign’s largest super PACs, the one run by former Republican hatchet man David Brock, has ratcheted up its attacks dramatically.
But their attacks over the past week are NOTHING compared to what we can expect if we win Wisconsin tonight. The Clinton campaign and its super PACs are going to throw everything they can at us, and we need to be prepared to fight, organize, and win in New York. That’s why we have to ask:
Contribute to our campaign before the polls close in Wisconsin tonight, and we’re going to come out of tonight prepared to respond to anything the Clinton campaign and its super PACs throw our way.

When we started our campaign, we were down more than 40 points in Wisconsin and no one gave us a chance. Today, we have a chance to do very well. When we started our campaign, we were down almost 50 points in New York, and today there are polls showing us having cut Hillary Clinton’s lead down to 10.
We are a campaign on the move, and if we continue to stand together and fight against the political and financial establishment who are trying to stop us in New York, we are going to win. That’s why your contribution to our campaign before the polls close in Wisconsin is so critically important.
Real change comes about when large numbers of ordinary Americans speak, vote and get involved in the democratic process. That is what we are doing on this campaign.
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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