You can click here to donate:We are entering the final month and things are heating up in Virginia.
Tea Party favorite Ken Cuccinelli is within striking distance of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the race for governor – The Washington Post has McAuliffe with a slim 49-44 lead.
That’s why you’re seeing Citizens United and the RGA go up with more money. They think they can win this race, if they pour in enough money.
I’ve seen the other side go all out and win races like this before. They know how important momentum is for 2014 and 2016.As DNC Chair, I learned that you need to act fast to keep the lead. We might not have their money, but we’re smarter and we have the grassroots behind us. We know how to reach the right voters over the airwaves and on the ground. We can get out the facts on Cuccinelli, but only with your help.
We’re $57,109 from what we need to win. Do your part to get us there.
Donate $3 or more by midnight September 30 to help the DGA counter the multi-million dollars worth of attacks from the Tea Party in key battlegrounds across the country. We’ve got to move:
Voters agree with us on the issues. On creating jobs, investing in education, expanding health care and protecting voting rights, the people are on our side.
But lies told often enough become truth. The only way to counter aggressive lies is to be aggressive with the truth, pushing harder and longer to get it out. We’ve got to have ads on TV. We’ve got to make sure our teams on the ground have all they need to protect and turn out our supporters.
This won’t be easy. We’ve got the lead and the truth – make sure we can finish the job.
Give what you can now – even small gifts help, so long as we’re together:
Former DNC Chairman and Governor Howard Dean (D. VT) is helping the DGA keep Terry McAuliffe's (D. VA) campaign fueled to defeat Tea Party lunatic Ken Cuccinelli (R. VA):
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