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Subject: Pick up the phone right now
This week, thousands of Americans picked up the phone to help the President prevent a tax hike on middle-class families.We can’t stop now. Republican leadership in the House of Representatives is still refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would prevent 98 percent of American families from paying higher taxes next year.If your taxes go up by more than $2,000 in a couple weeks, there’s only one reason: because a few dozen Republican representatives refuse to ask the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans to pay their fair share. Your representative has already signed the petition — but there are dozens more who still need to step up. Log on to the call tool today and ask fellow supporters who live in Republican districts to call their representatives now.
Voters have already made their voices heard on this issue. As the President said at his first press conference after the election:
"If there was one thing that everybody understood was a big difference between myself and Mr. Romney, it was, when it comes to how we reduce our deficit, I argued for a balanced, responsible approach, and part of that included making sure that the wealthiest Americans pay a little bit more."I think every voter out there understood that that was an important debate, and the majority of voters agreed with me … by the way, more voters agreed with me on this issue than voted for me."
Yet a handful of Republicans in the House of Representatives are still fighting for the same top-down approach that’s been tried — and has failed.Whether you voted for the President or not, he’s fighting to keep taxes low for 98 percent of Americans and 97 percent of small businesses, because he believes we need to grow the economy from the middle out.He’s fighting for you. He’s got your back.We’ve got to get his, too. Make a few calls right now. One person reaching out to another is how we re-elected Barack Obama. It’s how we’ll win this fight, too. Just a few minutes of your time will make a difference.Thanks for doing your part. More soon.MessinaJim MessinaCampaign ManagerObama for America

Subject: Pick up the phone right now

This week, thousands of Americans picked up the phone to help the President prevent a tax hike on middle-class families.

We can’t stop now. Republican leadership in the House of Representatives is still refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would prevent 98 percent of American families from paying higher taxes next year.

If your taxes go up by more than $2,000 in a couple weeks, there’s only one reason: because a few dozen Republican representatives refuse to ask the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans to pay their fair share. 

Your representative has already signed the petition — but there are dozens more who still need to step up. Log on to the call tool today and ask fellow supporters who live in Republican districts to call their representatives now.

Voters have already made their voices heard on this issue. As the President said at his first press conference after the election:

"If there was one thing that everybody understood was a big difference between myself and Mr. Romney, it was, when it comes to how we reduce our deficit, I argued for a balanced, responsible approach, and part of that included making sure that the wealthiest Americans pay a little bit more.

"I think every voter out there understood that that was an important debate, and the majority of voters agreed with me … by the way, more voters agreed with me on this issue than voted for me."

Yet a handful of Republicans in the House of Representatives are still fighting for the same top-down approach that’s been tried — and has failed.

Whether you voted for the President or not, he’s fighting to keep taxes low for 98 percent of Americans and 97 percent of small businesses, because he believes we need to grow the economy from the middle out.

He’s fighting for you. He’s got your back.

We’ve got to get his, too. Make a few calls right now. One person reaching out to another is how we re-elected Barack Obama. It’s how we’ll win this fight, too. Just a few minutes of your time will make a difference.

Thanks for doing your part. More soon.

Messina

Jim Messina
Campaign Manager
Obama for America

Subject: Listen:

Listen, this race is tied.What we do over the next 22 days will determine not just the next four years, but what this country looks like for decades to come.That’s what I’ll be fighting for up on that stage tomorrow night — but I can’t do it alone.This campaign’s final and most critical FEC deadline is coming up on Wednesday. It’s an important test of our strength at a time when the other side is plotting a big surge in negative ads.This grassroots organization has never been beat — but we’re at the stage of an election where everyone needs to step up and chip in. So please, don’t wait any longer. Donate $5 or more right now.Thanks for standing with me.Barack

Subject: Listen:

Listen, this race is tied.

What we do over the next 22 days will determine not just the next four years, but what this country looks like for decades to come.

That’s what I’ll be fighting for up on that stage tomorrow night — but I can’t do it alone.

This campaign’s final and most critical FEC deadline is coming up on Wednesday. It’s an important test of our strength at a time when the other side is plotting a big surge in negative ads.

This grassroots organization has never been beat — but we’re at the stage of an election where everyone needs to step up and chip in. So please, don’t wait any longer. Donate $5 or more right now.


Thanks for standing with me.

Barack

Subject: This is in your hands

There have been many times in my life when I’ve been counted out — told that I couldn’t do it, told not to speak out for what I believe in, told to not even run in the first place.I’ve only gotten this far because I’ve had people like you with me every step of the way.Right now the other side is trying to obliterate the hard work we’ve put in on the ground in this campaign by flooding the airwaves with factually inaccurate, negative attack ads. If they win, they’re going to dismantle everything we’ve accomplished together over the past three and a half years, and turn back the clock to the same failed policies that got us into this mess in the first place.We cannot let that happen. Please donate $19 today.
Thanks for being one of our best supporters. Because you’ve saved your payment information, your donation will go through immediately
Thanks. It means a lot to know you’ve got my back.Barack

Subject: This is in your hands

There have been many times in my life when I’ve been counted out — told that I couldn’t do it, told not to speak out for what I believe in, told to not even run in the first place.

I’ve only gotten this far because I’ve had people like you with me every step of the way.

Right now the other side is trying to obliterate the hard work we’ve put in on the ground in this campaign by flooding the airwaves with factually inaccurate, negative attack ads.

If they win, they’re going to dismantle everything we’ve accomplished together over the past three and a half years, and turn back the clock to the same failed policies that got us into this mess in the first place.

We cannot let that happen. Please donate $19 today.

Thanks for being one of our best supporters. Because you’ve saved your payment information, your donation will go through immediately


Thanks. It means a lot to know you’ve got my back.

Barack



Subject: So, are you with me?

My first run for office started way back in 1995. Back then I knocked on doors, stood in front of grocery stores shaking hands, and printed my own flyers at the local copy shop.I haven’t won everything I’ve taken on since then, but I’ve learned a heck of a lot from the challenges I’ve faced — and I’ve never regretted a single fight.This time, losing just isn’t an option. Too much is at stake. Millions of Americans have fought too long and too hard for health care reform, the opportunity for their kids to go to college, and for a steady job with a good wage. But a Romney-Ryan White House would roll back so much of our progress.Just remember, these are the guys that talk about repealing the Affordable Care Act on their first day in office, taking away a woman’s right to make her own health decisions, turning Medicare into a voucher system — and giving huge tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires at the expense of middle-class families.I am going to do everything in my power to make sure they don’t get the chance — but I can’t do this alone. If you’re waiting for the perfect time to step up and do your part to support this campaign, that’s right now. Please take the next step and donate to this campaign.What you give right now will decide whether we can get enough voters to the polls on November 6th.So, are you with me?Or, if you can’t chip in today, sign up to volunteer — head on over to Dashboard and get to work in our online field office.
Thanks,BarackP.S. — When we wake up exactly one month from today, we’ll know the outcome of this election. Don’t spend that day — and the next four years — wishing you had done more.

Subject: So, are you with me?

My first run for office started way back in 1995. Back then I knocked on doors, stood in front of grocery stores shaking hands, and printed my own flyers at the local copy shop.

I haven’t won everything I’ve taken on since then, but I’ve learned a heck of a lot from the challenges I’ve faced — and I’ve never regretted a single fight.

This time, losing just isn’t an option. Too much is at stake. Millions of Americans have fought too long and too hard for health care reform, the opportunity for their kids to go to college, and for a steady job with a good wage. But a Romney-Ryan White House would roll back so much of our progress.

Just remember, these are the guys that talk about repealing the Affordable Care Act on their first day in office, taking away a woman’s right to make her own health decisions, turning Medicare into a voucher system — and giving huge tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires at the expense of middle-class families.

I am going to do everything in my power to make sure they don’t get the chance — but I can’t do this alone. If you’re waiting for the perfect time to step up and do your part to support this campaign, that’s right now. Please take the next step and donate to this campaign.

What you give right now will decide whether we can get enough voters to the polls on November 6th.

So, are you with me?



Or, if you can’t chip in today, sign up to volunteer — head on over to Dashboard and get to work in our online field office.



Thanks,

Barack

P.S. — When we wake up exactly one month from today, we’ll know the outcome of this election. Don’t spend that day — and the next four years — wishing you had done more.

Subject: This is actually really fun (and I’ll totes do it with you)

Friend (yes, we’re friends) —In 2007, I spent a few months in Iowa before the caucuses, getting all sorts of folks fired up to cast their vote for this guy named Barack Obama. What I remember most: It was shockingly, painfully cold. And fun. Actually, super fun. And easier than I thought, to talk to total strangers and ask them to vote. That’s why I traveled to 25 other states for the President in 2008, and why I’m volunteering again. Well, that and because we don’t want to see the progress we’ve made on everything from student loans to health care get turned back.If you join, you’ll be doing exactly what I did — going to one of the most critical states for a few weeks leading up to Election Day, and making sure people there go to the polls. You’ll make phone calls, knock on doors, and have one-on-one conversations with people about why you support President Obama. It’s important, fun stuff. Yeah, you’ll be a volunteer, but the local staff, fellow volunteers, and people you meet will make it worth your while in donuts, love, and appreciation (and let’s face it, donuts are legit). Whenever you arrive, they’ll want you to stay through Election Day — and take my word for it, that’ll be the best part. On Election Day in 2008, I was in Florida with a bunch of awesome young volunteers (and their sweet robot, pic below). Where will I go this year? Where will you go?Sign up now to join Vote Corps, and a really nice organizer will drop you a line to tell you more.
Just tell them Kal said you should do this. Because I did. And then fist bump and hug it out with your new friends. Smell that? It’s freedom. Thanks, Kal

Subject: This is actually really fun (and I’ll totes do it with you)

Friend (yes, we’re friends) —

In 2007, I spent a few months in Iowa before the caucuses, getting all sorts of folks fired up to cast their vote for this guy named Barack Obama.

What I remember most: It was shockingly, painfully cold. And fun.

Actually, super fun. And easier than I thought, to talk to total strangers and ask them to vote. That’s why I traveled to 25 other states for the President in 2008, and why I’m volunteering again. Well, that and because we don’t want to see the progress we’ve made on everything from student loans to health care get turned back.

If you join, you’ll be doing exactly what I did — going to one of the most critical states for a few weeks leading up to Election Day, and making sure people there go to the polls.

You’ll make phone calls, knock on doors, and have one-on-one conversations with people about why you support President Obama. It’s important, fun stuff.

Yeah, you’ll be a volunteer, but the local staff, fellow volunteers, and people you meet will make it worth your while in donuts, love, and appreciation (and let’s face it, donuts are legit).

Whenever you arrive, they’ll want you to stay through Election Day — and take my word for it, that’ll be the best part. On Election Day in 2008, I was in Florida with a bunch of awesome young volunteers (and their sweet robot, pic below). Where will I go this year? Where will you go?

Sign up now to join Vote Corps, and a really nice organizer will drop you a line to tell you more.

Just tell them Kal said you should do this. Because I did. And then fist bump and hug it out with your new friends. Smell that? It’s freedom.

Thanks,

Kal

Subject: I’m asking one last time

This is the last time on this campaign that I’ll ask you:Want to meet for dinner?Donate $19 or whatever you can, and you’ll be automatically entered to join me — today only, each entry counts twice.
  While the other side leans on corporate donors and million-dollar checks, we’re doing this the right way.There’s a seat at the table for everyone in this campaign, no matter what you’re able to give.Donate $19 or whatever you can today, and be automatically entered to join me Barack

Subject: I’m asking one last time

This is the last time on this campaign that I’ll ask you:

Want to meet for dinner?

Donate $19 or whatever you can, and you’ll be automatically entered to join me — today only, each entry counts twice.

  
While the other side leans on corporate donors and million-dollar checks, we’re doing this the right way.

There’s a seat at the table for everyone in this campaign, no matter what you’re able to give.

Donate $19 or whatever you can today, and be automatically entered to join me Barack




Subject: Dinner?
As we’re organizing the last dinner with supporters on my last campaign, our kind of politics is running up against a very cynical calculation:That a few billionaires writing $10 million checks are enough to overpower the voices of millions of Americans.That’s why I want to meet you for dinner.Donate $19 or whatever you can to our people-powered campaign, and be automatically entered to join me — hotel and airfare covered for you and a guest.
Overnight, we aren’t going to change the rules that allow outside groups to spend hundreds of millions of dollars attacking me on the airwaves.So we have to stay on the case every day.Last week we learned that more than 1.1 million donors in August alone — out of more than 3 million people like you supporting this effort — had outraised Mitt Romney and the Republicans for the first time since April.If we keep doing this our way, I guarantee you there’ll be no stopping us.Donate $19 or whatever you can today and you’ll be automatically entered to be at the table.Thanks,BarackP.S. — If you’re planning on donating to this campaign at some point in the future, don’t wait. Your grassroots donation means more today because it can be put to work right now, building the organization it will take to win. Exactly 47 days to go.

Subject: Dinner?

As we’re organizing the last dinner with supporters on my last campaign, our kind of politics is running up against a very cynical calculation:

That a few billionaires writing $10 million checks are enough to overpower the voices of millions of Americans.

That’s why I want to meet you for dinner.

Donate $19 or whatever you can to our people-powered campaign, and be automatically entered to join me — hotel and airfare covered for you and a guest.


Overnight, we aren’t going to change the rules that allow outside groups to spend hundreds of millions of dollars attacking me on the airwaves.

So we have to stay on the case every day.

Last week we learned that more than 1.1 million donors in August alone — out of more than 3 million people like you supporting this effort — had outraised Mitt Romney and the Republicans for the first time since April.

If we keep doing this our way, I guarantee you there’ll be no stopping us.

Donate $19 or whatever you can today and you’ll be automatically entered to be at the table.

Thanks,

Barack

P.S. — If you’re planning on donating to this campaign at some point in the future, don’t wait. Your grassroots donation means more today because it can be put to work right now, building the organization it will take to win. Exactly 47 days to go.

Subject: Look
Look, you’ve really got to get involved here.We’ve got the last Dinner with Barack of this campaign coming up, and before this tradition is over I think you should give it a shot.Chip in $19 or whatever you can and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to fly out with a guest for dinner with the President. Your airfare and hotel are on us.
Thanks,JoeP.S. — We’ve got just 48 days left in this campaign — and every last one counts.

Subject: Look

Look, you’ve really got to get involved here.

We’ve got the last Dinner with Barack of this campaign coming up, and before this tradition is over I think you should give it a shot.

Chip in $19 or whatever you can and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to fly out with a guest for dinner with the President. Your airfare and hotel are on us.


Thanks,

Joe

P.S. — We’ve got just 48 days left in this campaign — and every last one counts.




Subject: Got a spare couch or bed?
Some great folks we know are looking for a friendly place to stay.
A group of the most dedicated organizers and volunteers will be coming to Northern Virginia for the remaining weeks of the campaign. They heard we’re looking to run a fierce ground game for President Obama this fall — and they want to be a part of it.
But here’s the thing: They need somewhere to stay. And I’m hoping you can lend them a hand with that.
What do you say? Can you host a volunteer in the District for a week or more?
The folks who are coming won’t ask for much. Many of them will gladly sleep on a comfy couch or an air mattress, or in a small spare room you might have. They’ll take the Metro or provide their own transportation to and from Northern Virginia, and they’ll be out during the day, working hard to move our organizing along.
But I bet they’ll come back at night with some amazing stories about the people they’ve reached and the energy they’re sparking — stories that you otherwise might not get to hear.
These volunteers and organizers are among the most dedicated out there — and they’re giving up their time to come here and pitch in. Any hospitality you can extend to them will mean a lot.
Let us know if you can host one or more supporters here:

We’ll be in touch with more details after you sign up.
Thanks for your commitment,
Lise
Lise ClavelVirginia State DirectorObama for America 

Subject: Got a spare couch or bed?

Some great folks we know are looking for a friendly place to stay.

A group of the most dedicated organizers and volunteers will be coming to Northern Virginia for the remaining weeks of the campaign. They heard we’re looking to run a fierce ground game for President Obama this fall — and they want to be a part of it.

But here’s the thing: They need somewhere to stay. And I’m hoping you can lend them a hand with that.

What do you say? Can you host a volunteer in the District for a week or more?

The folks who are coming won’t ask for much. Many of them will gladly sleep on a comfy couch or an air mattress, or in a small spare room you might have. They’ll take the Metro or provide their own transportation to and from Northern Virginia, and they’ll be out during the day, working hard to move our organizing along.

But I bet they’ll come back at night with some amazing stories about the people they’ve reached and the energy they’re sparking — stories that you otherwise might not get to hear.

These volunteers and organizers are among the most dedicated out there — and they’re giving up their time to come here and pitch in. Any hospitality you can extend to them will mean a lot.

Let us know if you can host one or more supporters here:

We’ll be in touch with more details after you sign up.

Thanks for your commitment,

Lise

Lise Clavel
Virginia State Director
Obama for America