Hi — just wanted to re-up this ask. I hope you’ll give me a brief second to explain why it’s so important.
Hi — just wanted to re-up this ask. I hope you’ll give me a brief second to explain why it’s so important. Earlier this week we learned that a handful of candidates raised more money than us last quarter. We asked for your help closing the gap so that we don’t get outspent by such a large degree.
We’re not going to send you 10 emails a day or burn down the campaign to scrape that last dollar. That’s not how we roll — not Beto, and not our team. Still, I want to make sure you know the stakes. We have the resources we need to fight in the long run, but if we don’t do better this quarter, we’re going to have to make some uncomfortable adjustments.
The good news is our campaign has more individual donors than most of the two-dozen candidates in the field. We have a lot of room to grow. We just need some of you to step up and donate again, and others to donate for the first time.
Can you be one of the key supporters today who’ll step up and contribute? Every donation narrows that fundraising gap so we can compete for every vote.
If you’ve stored your info with ActBlue Express, we’ll process your contribution instantly:
We’re emailing because we really need the help — and because we know what you’re capable of. Last quarter about half of all our money came from people like you clicking on emails like this one.
But so far, our numbers in July are not looking good enough for us to catch some of the top fundraisers in this race. If everyone reading this note right now steps up to give what they can, we can turn that around. From day one, we’ve worked together to build a campaign that’s powered by people. Sure, we mean that financially, but it’s more than that; this is a campaign powered through your action, your energy, and your belief in a better future. I wouldn’t ask you to step up like this if it wasn’t truly important.
I want to be clear: we can win this race. But we’ll only win it if people like you help us get there.
Jen O’Malley Dillon