Friday, December 16, 2016

Diane, I'm asking for your commitment

I hope you'll stand with us.
Diane --

Over the past eight years, we've created change by working hard, working smart, and working together to make things better for our communities and our nation.

But protecting what we've done together will take even more hard work in the months and years ahead in the next administration.

I know we can do it, Diane, because I've seen what we've already achieved together. But we need to keep strengthening the foundation of our movement -- the Democratic Party -- today, so we can be ready for the fights to come. That's how we'll defend what we've already accomplished, and that's how we'll keep our country from being taken backwards.

Today, I'm asking for your commitment to this work. Chip in $3 or more to keep building our movement right now.

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