Friends and Partners,
Here is the truth at the heart of this campaign: we will never be able to change a corrupt political system by taking its money.
Hillary Clinton receives a tremendous amount of money from Wall Street.
This morning, Christine from Brookline, Massachusetts contributed $3 to our political revolution because she’s had enough of billionaires buying elections. Health care and pharmaceutical companies have contributed millions of dollars to the Clinton campaigns.
Thomas, a laid-off welder from Ohio with no health care contributed a few bucks because he believes in Bernie.
On the surface it might not seem like a fair fight, but when people come together anything is possible.
And the response since Bernie’s challenge to help our campaign raise $40 million in the month of February has been incredible.
These are all real contributions from people helping us reach our goal. Add yours before our midnight FEC fundraising deadline.
With Super Tuesday tomorrow, we are entering the most important stretch of this campaign. Our opponent’s largest super PAC has really stepped up their spending after receiving more than $15 million in Wall Street money during their final fundraising report of 2015.
But what we are going to demonstrate in this election is that their enormous wealth and power is their weakness. When we hit our goal tonight, we are going to send a powerful message to those who have yet to vote that we have what it takes to defeat the billionaire class in this election. That’s why we have to ask:
Can Bernie count on you to make a $2.70 contribution for the final FEC fundraising deadline before Super Tuesday? You can do that here.
Every single contribution we receive before midnight should be seen as a declaration of support for the values we share. People should not underestimate us.