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We need to keep building our organization in North Carolina and across the country to make sure they become a reality. And we need your help to get it done.

Warren for President

We’ll get right to it: We want to hit our May fundraising goal before the end of the week.

Elizabeth has been traveling across the country, taking questions at public town halls, hosting organizing meetings, and talking with people about the really big ideas our campaign is fighting for.

But it’s not just about Elizabeth’s schedule. It’s going to take a huge grassroots movement to get Washington working for the people again. That’s why we’re putting even more organizers on the ground and building tools for amazing supporters to mobilize their own communities. But it takes real resources to get those things done.

So here’s the ask: We’ve only got the rest of the week to hit our May fundraising goal and we need your help to get it done.

Can you chip in $3 to own a piece of our movement and help our campaign hit this important fundraising goal?

There’s incredible momentum out there for Elizabeth and her bold plans like canceling student loan debt, guaranteeing Universal Child Care, and making sure giant corporations pay their fair share in taxes.

But we need to keep building our organization in North Carolina and across the country to make sure they become a reality.

And we’re only growing our movement with grassroots donors like you — no Super PACs, no fancy-schmancy fundraisers just for wealthy donors, and no money from PACs or federal lobbyists.

That means we need your help: Make a contribution right now to help hit our May fundraising goal before this important deadline.

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Donald Trump is scared

Just look at the evidence:

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Folks —

You’ve got Donald Trump rattled.

Just look at the evidence: Over the last week, President Trump has repeatedly insulted Joe Biden — even going so far as to side with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Why? It’s simple: Trump’s afraid he’s going to lose.

This week, we’ll mark our first full month of this campaign. Let’s use this opportunity to show Donald Trump he should be scared of our momentum.

Our end-of-month deadline is only 72 hours away, and right now we are still 6,000 donations short of our goal. After Trump’s all-out attacks on our campaign, we’d hate to come up just short, so we have to ask: can you chip in $5 or more to put us over the top?

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Before the first debate

We’ll get right to it: we’re asking you to pitch in a contribution before midnight on Friday to help Kamala reach our critical end-of-month fundraising goal.

Here’s the honest truth: reaching our end-of-month deadline is the best chance we have to break through this competitive primary before the first Democratic debate.

With unprecedented numbers of candidates running for president in this crowded primary — including more women and people of color running than ever before — the debate stage is sure to be packed with bold, progressive ideas to move our country forward. And Kamala is more than ready to take part in the action.

But other candidates in this race are already outraising, outspending, and outpacing us when it comes to numbers. To make matters worse, our fundraising is slowing down and we’re entering catch-up mode.

We have a plan in place to share Kamala’s positive message with voters across the country. But it won’t happen without people like you stepping up to help us close our fundraising gap by Friday.

Will you make a contribution right now to help us reach our end-of-month goal and prepare for the first Democratic debate? We’re not taking a dime from corporate PACs or federal lobbyists, so every dollar you can give really makes a difference.

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Every day, more and more people across the country are signing on to build a grassroots movement to fight alongside Elizabeth to fix our democracy, rebuild the middle class, and end Washington corruption.Because you’re one of Elizabeth’s strongest supporters, we want to make sure you’re in the loop.

We’d love to talk to you about how you can get more involved with the campaign. Sign up here, and someone on our team will give you a call to talk with you about what you’re interested in doing to help Elizabeth win. Or, if you’d rather text with someone than talk on the phone, you can let us know that too!

Everyone brings something different to our team – your own experiences, passions, reasons for being in this fight – so we want to get to know you better and find out how you’re ready to get involved in your community.

And with so much going on, it’s the best way for us to keep you up-to-date on the latest developments with Elizabeth’s 2020 campaign, events near you, and volunteer opportunities that will make a real difference in these early weeks.

So, can we give you a call or a text and talk to you about how you can take action in North Carolina?

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Memorial Day

We’re grateful. And here’s part of how we show it: Doing everything we can to make sure the decisions made in Washington are in the best interest of our service members, their families, and our nation

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When I was growing up, Memorial Day was a really big holiday in my family.

All three of my big brothers served in the military. My oldest brother was career military and was deployed to Vietnam over a five year period.

I grew up with my mother always watching for the mail. When a letter came from one of the boys, the day was extra-sunny. She would read it and re-read it, and call my Aunt Max or my grandmother to read it again over the phone.

My brothers all made it home safely, and for that, I’m eternally grateful.

It gave Memorial Day a special meaning: Understanding what others have lost, and honoring even more the sacrifice of those who died in service to our country and those who love them. We owe them a debt that can never be repaid.

We’re grateful. And here’s part of how we show it: Doing everything we can to make sure the decisions made in Washington are in the best interest of our service members, their families, and our national security. Taking care of our veterans when they come home. And fighting to bring these forever wars to a close.

No matter how you honor Memorial Day, I hope you have a meaningful day.

Elizabeth

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Bernie was right about Vietnam. He was right about Iraq. And he will do everything he can to stop war with Iran.

Bernie was right.

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Friends –

Over the past few weeks, Bernie has been attacked in the media because of his views, actions, and votes on foreign policy issues. Yesterday, he was attacked by Bill Kristol, one of the chief promoters of the war in Iraq.

So let’s be clear:

Bernie was right about Vietnam.

Bernie was right about Iraq.

And he will do everything in his power to prevent a war with Iran.

He apologizes to no one.

Read the email Bernie sent about the march to war with Iran. When you’re done, sign his petition telling Congress to pass legislation that would prohibit military action against Iran without Congressional approval.

Bernie’s email is below.

– Team Bernie

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A war in Iran would make the Iraq war look like a walk in the park. It will be an unmitigated disaster.

Sign my petition: Tell Congress to pass legislation that would prohibit military action against Iran without Congressional approval.

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Friends –

Here is a truth you don’t often hear in the newspapers, on television or in the halls of Congress, but it is a truth we must face, especially as the Trump administration appears to be marching us closer to armed conflict with Iran:

And that truth is that far too often American intervention and the use of American military power has produced unintended consequences which have caused incalculable harm.

Real American power is not demonstrated by our ability to blow things up, but our ability to forge international consensus around shared challenges.

A test of a great nation is not how many wars we can engage in or how many governments we can overthrow, but how we can use our strength to resolve international conflicts in a peaceful way.

And it is almost beyond impossible to imagine that after the horrors of the war in Iraq — a war that upended the regional order of the Middle East and resulted in an untold loss of life — that this administration would put us on such a dangerous path toward more war. But everyday we see a new story about how this administration is trying provoke conflict, like sending huge bombers to the region, or raising the possibility of sending more than 100,000 troops.

Apparently for some, almost two decades of constant war is not enough.

Well, unfortunately for this president and people like John Bolton who love endless wars, the constitutional authority for declaring war rests with the United States Congress — not the president –– no matter if that president is a Democrat or a Republican.

And it is long past time my colleagues in the Senate reassert that authority. That is something I tried to do with my colleagues to stop our involvement in the war in Yemen, and it is something we must do again as the president marches us toward war with Iran.

Please add your name if you agree:

Sign my petition: tell Congress to pass legislation that would prohibit military action against Iran without Congressional approval.

One of the first speeches I gave in Congress was about the first war in Iraq in 1991; a war I voted against.

And what I said at the time was that our challenge at that moment was not simply to begin a war which would result in tremendous suffering and death, but that the real challenge was to address international conflict without war and bloodshed.

It seemed to me that it would be a terrible failing, and very ominous for our future, if we could not solve that problem non-violently when virtually the entire world was united against one small country. And that if we were not successful in that effort, all this world would have to look forward to in the future would be war, and more war, and more war.

There are a number of parallels to this moment in time.

Today, our most important allies are committed to preventing the possibility that Iran’s undemocratic regime could ever obtain a nuclear weapon.

That is what the Iran deal was all about. And that was why it was such a reckless mistake for Trump to withdraw from the Iran deal, as even his own top security officials said at the time. Rather than remain united with those allies, Trump’s approach has actually isolated the United States from them, undermining the important consensus that the Obama administration helped forge, and raising the possibility of conflict.

And it seems to me that, once again, if we turn our backs on a non-violent solution in favor of more military conflict, that we will find ourselves in perpetual warfare. Mark my words. A war in Iran would make the Iraq war look like a walk in the park. It will be an unmitigated disaster.

So Congress must intervene and utilize its constitutional authority — before it’s too late.

And I hope you’ll make your voice heard if you agree:

Sign my petition: tell Congress to pass legislation that would prohibit military action against Iran without Congressional approval.

Throughout the world today, hundreds of millions of people live in abysmal poverty while the arms merchants of the world grow increasingly rich as governments spend trillions of dollars on weapons and war.

Our job is to offer a different vision — a vision that one day human beings on this planet will live in a world where international conflicts are resolved peacefully, not by mass murder.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders

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Real quick

Real quick —

A $5 contribution to Kamala’s historic campaign for president is so much more than a number.

It sends a strong message that we reject a political system that prioritizes wealthy corporations and seven-figure checks over the support of a teacher from Iowa, a mom from Ohio, or an ironworker in Illinois.

A $5 contribution is an investment in big, bold ideas for the future of our country, like the following plans from Kamala:

    • For the first time in American history, we can require corporations to show they’re not engaging in pay discrimination, and fine companies that fail to close their pay gaps — holding corporations accountable for paying women less than men for equal work.
    • Enacting gun safety reform that will mandate near-universal background checks, revoke the licenses of gun manufacturers and dealers that break the law, closes the “boyfriend loophole,” and bans the importation of AR-15-style assault weapons.
    • Closing the teacher pay gap by making the largest federal investment in teacher pay in U.S. history, providing the average public school teacher a $13,500 raise.

A $5 contribution means the difference between having the resources we need to organize in critical states or cutting back our investments and jeopardizing our momentum.

Your donation, whatever you can give, is powerful. It helps us amplify our message to every corner of the country. With that in mind, can Kamala count on you to add a donation to our campaign and help us reach our end-of-month goal by midnight Friday?

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Thanks for coming through,

— Team Kamala

I have good news and bad news

Here’s the bad news: I just re-ran our May numbers, and we are definitely not on pace to raise $500,000 before the month ends.

But here’s the good news: if enough of our grassroots supporters step up today to make a contribution, I think we can get there.

Can Kamala count on you to add your first donation today? We’re behind pace to reach our $500,000 goal, but I know if enough people step up, we can reach it:

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Here’s the truth: Kamala has never run for president before, and she didn’t come into this race with a war chest of campaign money ready to go. So when we say we’re building this campaign from the ground up, we really mean it.

It’s up to us to build the campaign we want: one that’s powered by people, not corporate PACs or federal lobbyists.

There is not much time left before the end of the month, and we’re pushing as hard as we can to reach this sprint fundraising goal of raising $500,000 before May is over.

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Welcome

Warren for President
Thank you, and welcome! We’re so glad that you’re supporting Elizabeth’s presidential campaign.You’re part of a grassroots movement now – full of smart, tough, and scrappy people all across this country ready to fight for a level playing field for everyone.

That’s what Elizabeth has always fought for – she’s spent her career standing up to giant Wall Street banks and powerful special interests. And if we all do our part, we can save our democracy, rebuild the middle class, and end Washington corruption.

We don’t have binders full of bankers and billionaires to call for six-figure checks, and Elizabeth doesn’t take money from Washington lobbyists or corporate PACs.

A strong grassroots organization funded by people like you is the only way to win this election. Please donate now to own a piece of this campaign. Even $3 makes a big difference.

Elizabeth has always won her elections to the Senate powered by more than 1.8 million grassroots contributions from people all across this country. Because this fight belongs to all of us.

Now, Elizabeth is running for President – but she can’t do it alone. It’s going to take strong grassroots support to fight back against the powerful interests that are already lining up against us.

The success of Elizabeth’s 2020 campaign depends on you. Chip in now to help us build the grassroots movement we’ll need to win.

Thank you so much for supporting Elizabeth – and for being in this fight all the way.

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Walmart

The richest family in America is not going to like this.

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Walmart workers who are sick and tired of being paid poverty wages invited me to attend their company’s shareholders meeting.

I will tell the Walton family — who are worth more than $170 billion — to end their greed, pay their workers a living wage, and put hourly Walmart workers on the company’s board. And I need to have your support before I go.

Add your name to say you stand with Walmart workers before my address in Arkansas.

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Friends –

In a couple weeks, I will attend Walmart’s annual shareholder meeting in Arkansas.

At this meeting, I will directly address the Walton family — the richest family in America — and other Walmart shareholders about their wealth, their greed, their mistreatment of workers, and their exploitation of American taxpayers.

The Walton family, which owns Walmart, is worth more than $170 billion. Yet many Walmart workers are making wages so low that many of them are forced to rely on food stamps, Medicaid and public housing to survive — paid for by U.S. taxpayers. That should not be happening at a company owned by the wealthiest family in America.

Walmart workers are sick and tired of this. So a group of them invited me to speak on their behalf at the Walmart shareholders meeting, where I will present the workers’ common-sense proposal to give hourly employees of Walmart a seat on the company’s board of directors. The people who make the company successful deserve to have a seat at the table.

I am honored to be asked to speak for these workers. But this a moment that is about much more than Bernie Sanders.

When I tell the richest family in America about a solution to their endless greed, I want to have as many supporters as possible giving their voice in solidarity with Walmart workers. That is why I am asking you today:

Add your name if you agree: the Walton family and Walmart need to give Walmart workers a living wage of at least $15 an hour and include hourly employees on the company’s board of directors. It is important that I have your support before I travel to Arkansas. Will you add your name?

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These workers are not asking for much. All they want is a living wage so that they can pay the bills, put food on the table, send their kids to college and save for retirement. They want a union. They want to have a seat on corporate boards. And they want to end corporate greed that is destroying the social fabric of America.

If hourly workers at Walmart were well represented on its board, I doubt you would see the CEO of Walmart making over a thousand times more than the average worker. I also doubt you would see Walmart spending $20 billion on stock buybacks when it could be using that money to pay its workers a middle class wage with good benefits.

Walmart is not a poor company. It is not going broke. Last year, it made nearly $10 billion in profits.

Rob Walton, the eldest son of Walmart’s founder, spent an estimated $226 million on an antique car collection that includes 12 Ferraris, six Porsches, two Maseratis, and a 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster.

His sister Alice, another heir to the Walmart fortune, had no problem amassing a private art collection worth an estimated $500 million, buying a $44 million painting, purchasing a $25 million two-floor condo on New York’s Park Avenue with 52 windows overlooking Central Park, or acquiring a $22 million 4,400-acre ranch in Texas.

When I am in Arkansas speaking on behalf of Walmart workers, I will be in the room, speaking directly to Waltons like Rob and Alice and the rest of the richest family in America.

And I will be telling them: Get off of corporate welfare, pay your workers a living wage of at least $15 an hour and include hourly employees on Walmart’s board of directors.

I don’t want the Waltons to just think they’re hearing from Bernie Sanders. When I speak to the Waltons, I want them to hear the voices of Walmart workers — and I want them to hear from thousands of people like you who agree that it is time to end the reckless greed of their family, their corporation, and that of other greedy corporations in the country.

So please.

If you agree with me that Walmart needs to respect its workers, it’s important that you add your name before I go to Arkansas and deliver my message to the Waltons. Please add your name here.

It’s not a radical idea to say that if you’re a profitable corporation like Walmart, you must pay all of your workers a living wage with good benefits before you go out and reward wealthy executives.

The fight of these Walmart employees is the fight of all of us. Thank you for standing with us.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders

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