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The main event in the Wisconsin recall elections take place in only 12 days, and Democrats have taken the lead. We need at least three wins on Aug. 9, and polling shows us not only crushing Republican Dan Kapanke, but also narrowly ahead of Republicans Randy Hopper and Luther Olsen.

So, it's really simple. If these leads hold, we win.

Here is our plan to make that happen. In the two districts where Democrats hold narrow leads, we are going to run Google Blast ads during the final 120 hours of the election.

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This means two things. First, every single person who goes online in those districts will see our ads an average of 20 times by Election Day. Second, we will drown out any online ads run by Republicans and their corporate masters, making it all but impossible for the GOP to fight back online.

We need $13,596 per district to run these ads. Please, contribute $7 to Daily Kos to make it happen.

Everything is in place. We're leading in the polls. We've reserved the ad time. We've produced the ads using the best poll-tested, user-suggested message that takes the class war right at Republicans. You can see examples of the ads at the top and top right of this post.

No matter what is taking place in Washington, D.C., in Wisconsin we are on the brink of proving that determined grassroots activists, when united with a fighting Democratic Party, can stop the forces of austerity in their tracks. Please, contribute $7 to Daily Kos to make that victory happen.

Update: We've raised enough money to run the ads in one of the districts, but we need to run them in both. Please, chip in $7.

Originally posted to Chris Bowers on Thu Jul 28, 2011 at 12:50 PM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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