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Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-26 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Here’s something that might shock you: in 2016, roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote. That means a huge portion of the electorate could be decisive this time around, so long as they hear our message. In the final weeks before Election Day, we’re committed to reaching as many of them as humanly possible. We’re amping up our TV advertising, text messaging, phone banking, and more to reach these should-be voters, but we need the resources to contact as many people as possible. Will you rush a donation right now to help fuel our efforts? Your contribution will help push Democrats everywhere across the finish line in the race’s final days. 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC
Look, I know it’s hard to believe, but roughly 100 million eligible voters just didn’t vote in 2016. A huge swath of Americans felt so disaffected by the divisiveness overtaking our politics that they chose to sit out altogether. I understand why folks can be cynical about our political process. But the truth is that it’ll only get better if we chose to make it so, and the strongest tool we have is our vote. And with the margins still razor-thin in key battleground states just weeks out, we can’t afford to leave gettable votes on the table. We’re investing huge resources into voter outreach in these final days, but we can only reach as many voters as our grassroots donations allow. So, will you chip in whatever you can right now to help us turn out every single voter between now and Election Day? 2020-10-22 00:00:00 UTC