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|Hal -- |
The only reason that I'm here today, sending you this email as Chair of the Democratic Party, is because those people stepped up -- and I'm grateful for their support every day, because I know what a difference it makes.
Before midnight tonight, we need 213 people from Brooklyn to join in and help Democrats do what my friends in Broward County helped me do: Win elections.
We're asking you to pitch in what you can, like $3 or so. And that's why it seems kind of unreal when I read about the latest right-wing billionaire who's dumping tens of millions of dollars to help extremist Republicans. I saw the other day that the Koch brothers are committing $125 million to back their candidates this fall.
$125 million? Can the $3 that people like you contribute to support Democrats stack up against that kind of cash?
Absolutely, and let me tell you why, Hal. Your $3, combined with the tens of thousands of other Democrats who are investing in this movement, will help counter the Koch brothers, and it's going to help build the type of organization that a bunch of free-spending billionaires are just never going to be able to build.
Trust me, I don't take asking you for $3 here and there lightly, Hal.
If you're able, pitch in before the deadline at midnight, and take ownership of this organization:
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Democratic National Committee
P.S. -- One of the things that makes us different from our opponents is that President Obama likes to take every opportunity he has to thank a supporter like you. That's why next month, he's going to spend some time with a grassroots supporter at an event -- and if you chip in today, you and a guest will be automatically entered to win.
| Joe -- |
This is a BFD:
The New York Times is calling President Obama's plan "the strongest action ever taken by an American president to tackle climate change" -- he's proposing new EPA standards to limit carbon pollution from existing power plants, the single biggest source of the pollution in the United States that causes climate change.
Joe, it should come as no surprise that polluters and groups that like things the way they are have already started fighting this with everything they've got. The best thing we can do is show just how many Americans believe this is the right thing to do.
Add your name right now -- stand with President Obama and support aggressive action to fight climate change.
Announcements like this are why we all do this work. It's proof that grassroots organizing really does pay off. Climate change activists have fought for years for EPA standards on carbon pollution -- and this week President Obama is making it a reality.
This fight is about our future, but the effects of climate change are being felt right now -- it's linked to stronger weather, from more frequent and severe droughts to floods, storms, and wildfires.
It's affecting public health, too. Over the past three decades, the percentage of Americans with asthma has more than doubled, and climate change is putting those Americans at greater risk of landing in the hospital. Over half of all Americans live in an area where air pollution levels are too often unhealthy to breathe.
But while we place limits on dangerous air pollution like mercury, arsenic, and lead, existing power plants have had no national restrictions on the amount of carbon pollution they can emit.
None at all -- until now.
The President's plan promises to cut carbon pollution from power plants for the first time, setting a new standard for action on climate change.
As I write this, powerful interests on the other side are lining up their dirty budgets to try to tear this down. They have plenty of allies in Congress that will try to stop us.
I'm asking everyone who cares about this fight to stand up and say so today -- stand with President Obama and new carbon pollution standards:
Organizing for Action
P.S. -- We've all been fighting for big action to fight climate change -- something that will really make a difference. This is it -- add your name today and let's fight for it.
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|All of our successes, and all of the things we're going to achieve together, are because of people like you, Hal, who step up when you can and do your part across the country.|
If you can be one of the 333 people we need from Brooklyn to support Democrats before tonight's fundraising deadline, please chip in $3 or more today:
P.S. -- Your donation will automatically enter you for a chance to meet me in New York -- your flight and hotel are on us. Enter today, and I hope I get the chance to thank you in person for everything you do.