Tuesday, February 9, 2016


Bernie Sanders for President

Sisters and Brothers -

I want you to imagine eight years from now:

  • The minimum wage is a living wage and students are graduating college without the crushing debt stifling their ability to pursue the career of their dreams.

  • Health care is recognized as a right for every man, woman, and child, and the United States is leading the world in fighting climate change.

  • There is no bank that is too big to fail, no banker too powerful to jail, and we’ve leveled the playing field so that the billionaire class is no longer able to buy and sell our candidates and elections.

When that happens, they will say it all started tomorrow night in New Hampshire where we have overcome not just a forty point deficit in the polls, but the sneers of the corporate media and opposition from political elites and billionaire super PACs.

But we still have work to do. More than 3.5 million individual contributions have helped power us to a slight lead in New Hampshire. But if we’re going to hold on and win tomorrow night, there’s one more that we desperately need: yours.

What we are doing on this campaign is building a political revolution large enough and powerful enough to take this country back from the billionaire class, and we are hopeful that tomorrow night will be a turning point for our movement.

Years from now, when you are looking back on everything we’ve accomplished together, I want you to be able to say your contribution helped us win in New Hampshire.

Make your $3 contribution right now:


If we win tomorrow night, our victory will send a message, loudly and clearly, that “ENOUGH is ENOUGH!” This great nation and its government belong to all of the people, and not a handful of billionaires and their super PACs.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders

P.S. You’re receiving this message because your email,sccbesme.humanidade@gmail.com, is not associated with a previous contribution. If you have contributed before, thank you. If not, please add your $3 contribution before tomorrow night’s New Hampshire primary.

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