| Diane -- |
I've got to share some numbers with you, because they show incredible progress in all aspects of our grassroots organization. All of it is thanks to you and millions of other supporters building this campaign from the ground up.
Now, I'm hoping you'll help take it to the next level for the final 17 days -- join Dashboard, our online organizing hub.
Here's the latest:
We've out-registered Republicans in every battleground state for the past THREE months.
Right now, we've got a total of more than 14,000,000 registered Democrats in battleground states like Florida and Nevada -- that means we have a 2,400,000-person lead over Republicans where it matters the most.
And when it comes to voting early in battleground states, we're in the lead in important states like Iowa and Ohio -- and ahead in ballot requests in Nevada.
In Ohio, all public polling shows that the President has a double-digit lead among those who have voted. And nearly two-thirds of all voter registrations in the state in 2012 were in counties that President Obama won in 2008.
In Iowa, we lead in vote-by-mail ballots cast, in-person early voting, total voting, and total ballots requested. We also lead by a wider margin than we did at this point in 2008 in both ballots requested and cast.
This is all possible because of thousands of hard-working volunteers, and more than 4 million people -- about 1 in 75 Americans -- chipping in to own a piece of this campaign. That's a record for American politics.
These figures tell a story about a grassroots movement that, with your help, has been growing stronger every day since 2007. They tell us that our work on the ground is paying off in a big way, but more than anything, they tell us that when supporters like you pitch in, you move the entire campaign and the entire country forward.
We've got to keep that momentum going until the last ballot is cast on November 6th.
If you really want to lean into the finish line, join Dashboard today and help get out the vote:
Let's do this!
National Field Director
Obama for America
P.S. -- Diane, we're running out of time and we need to finish strong -- chip in $25 or more to help build this organization while there's still time.
And as you're gearing up for the final presidential debate, be sure to check out this must-see video about Mitt Romney's approach to foreign policy:
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