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Stories like Diane’s make me so proud to be on this team.

She’s right. Running a real grassroots-powered operation, prioritizing respect and integrity, investing in organizing, empowering volunteers like Diane – all of this is what makes this campaign truly unique and powerful.

But to be real with you, doing this the right way – the way that Elizabeth believes we should – isn’t easy or cheap. It takes a lot of hard work and smart investments all across the country.

So will you get all in early? Chip in $3 to ensure we have the resources we need to build this thing up properly.

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See you on the trail,


Roger Lau
Campaign Manager
Warren for President


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From: Diane Goss <>
Date: Sat, Feb 16, 2019 at 12:01 PM
Subject: I’m in this fight all the way. Here’s why:

Warren for President


Hi there,

My name is Diane Goss. I’m a 74-year-old retired professor from Braintree, Massachusetts, and I’ve been volunteering for Elizabeth Warren for more than seven years. You could say I’m one of her biggest fans! 


Diane holding an Elizabeth Warren for Senate sign

Like every good Massachusetts Democrat from my generation, I first got excited about politics when Senator John F. Kennedy ran for President. I was a junior in high school when I joined his campaign as a volunteer, and I’ve been volunteering for Democratic campaigns here in Massachusetts ever since.

But of all the Democrats I’ve seen up close and worked hard to help elect, none of them have inspired me quite like Elizabeth Warren has.

So when I first heard that Elizabeth was thinking of running for President, I rushed to say I was all in. If you are too, I hope you’ll chip in $3 or more to have her back.


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I think having Elizabeth Warren as our next President would be a dream come true – I really mean that.

When Elizabeth first ran for Senate here in 2012, I could tell she was all about equality and justice – “on the side of the angels,” as I like to say – and I got on board pretty much right away. From the very beginning, I saw somebody whose values were very similar to my own, grounded in her working-class upbringing. I could tell that her fight was my fight.

She and I both grew up at a time in this country when families like ours – who struggled but worked hard – could make it. Unfortunately, it’s much harder for families like ours to succeed these days.

I’ve seen it with my students who have been crushed by some of the highest student loan debt in history. And it’s personal for me, too. When my niece graduated from college and decided to pursue a career in social work, I worried about how she’d be able to afford to pay her rent, living expenses, and student loan payments all at the same time.

And my worries only got worse when the Trump administration put a student loan forgiveness program for public service workers – like police, firefighters, teachers, and social workers like my niece – on the chopping block.

But Elizabeth fought hard to save that program which so many people who are giving back to our communities depend on.

Our family is forever grateful to Elizabeth for fighting for us. Every family deserves to have a champion – and I can tell you from personal experience that Elizabeth Warren is that champion.

Elizabeth has spent her entire life fighting for policies that help middle-class families get housing, educate their kids, and access health care they can afford. No matter who you are, I guarantee there’s a reason for you to support her.

But we’ve got to do more than just put up a yard sign for Elizabeth and vote for her come Election Day – we’ve got to get all in, and do it early.

I know a thing or two about getting all in early. When Elizabeth first ran for Senate in 2012, I’m sad to say we lost my town of Braintree to her Republican opponent. So I made it my mission to organize my community and win it back for Elizabeth and the Democrats when we re-elected her in 2018.

I did everything I could – making phone calls, sending emails, setting up meeting places, right down to making sure volunteers had water bottles on those hot 90-degree days last summer. As a volunteer leader, I’m proud to say I grew our team of grassroots volunteers in Braintree from just a small handful to 50!

We fought our hearts out – just like Elizabeth does every day – and I’m proud to say we won back Braintree last year by just 92 votes!

There’s a beautiful quote by Margaret Mead that really speaks to me: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Well, I’ve seen it happen with my own two eyes. We won by 92 votes because we started getting organized from day one – and every single person’s contribution made a difference.

This election is going to be the most important one in my lifetime – in our lifetimes – and we’ve got to start the hard work of organizing our grassroots campaign right now if we want to win.

But to do that – to scale this wonderful campaign all across the country – takes resources. 
So I have a personal request to make of you: join me in supporting Elizabeth from the very beginning and pitch in $3 or more today to make an early investment in this campaign.

I always tell my volunteers that whatever they can do, whether it feels like a little or a lot, makes a big difference. That goes for you too – thanks so much for being all in and for everything you’re doing. Now let’s go make Elizabeth Warren the next President of the United States.




Diane with Elizabeth

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