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Subject: What else do I need to say?
If you donate today, you will automatically be entered to win a chance to spend an evening in New York City with President Obama and President Clinton.Seriously? Do I need to keep going? This is something you’d tell your grandkids about.And today is the last day to enter. Don’t wait:Thanks,RufusRufus GiffordNational Finance DirectorObama for America

Subject: What else do I need to say?

If you donate today, you will automatically be entered to win a chance to spend an evening in New York City with President Obama and President Clinton.

Seriously? Do I need to keep going? This is something you’d tell your grandkids about.

And today is the last day to enter. Don’t wait:


Thanks,

Rufus

Rufus Gifford
National Finance Director
Obama for America

Subject: I can’t wait to meet you
I’ve been in President Obama’s shoes before — less than six months to go before an election to let you finish what you started. It was tough enough back then, but this election is going to be tougher.We’re facing a tidal wave of anonymous, unlimited spending. The other side has pledged to throw more than 1 billion dollars into tearing down our president.It’s unprecedented.Fortunately, so is the grassroots organization you’re building.If our opponent succeeds, so much of what we’ve fought so hard for will be rolled back. Health care reform — which many presidents, including me, tried to pass and couldn’t — will be gone. Same goes for the opportunity for millions more Americans to afford to go to college, and a growing economy that works for middle-class families.Our opponent is actually advertising a more extreme version of the policies that got us in trouble in the first place: policies that will leave us with more debt, weaker regulations on risky investments, and fewer jobs.All of that’s at stake between now and November, but here’s why I’m feeling good about our chances: I know people like you have the President’s back.And I can’t wait to meet you. I hope you’ll give it a shot:Thanks, and good luck,Bill Clinton

Subject: I can’t wait to meet you

I’ve been in President Obama’s shoes before — less than six months to go before an election to let you finish what you started. It was tough enough back then, but this election is going to be tougher.

We’re facing a tidal wave of anonymous, unlimited spending. The other side has pledged to throw more than 1 billion dollars into tearing down our president.

It’s unprecedented.

Fortunately, so is the grassroots organization you’re building.


If our opponent succeeds, so much of what we’ve fought so hard for will be rolled back. Health care reform — which many presidents, including me, tried to pass and couldn’t — will be gone. Same goes for the opportunity for millions more Americans to afford to go to college, and a growing economy that works for middle-class families.

Our opponent is actually advertising a more extreme version of the policies that got us in trouble in the first place: policies that will leave us with more debt, weaker regulations on risky investments, and fewer jobs.

All of that’s at stake between now and November, but here’s why I’m feeling good about our chances: I know people like you have the President’s back.

And I can’t wait to meet you. I hope you’ll give it a shot:

Thanks, and good luck,

Bill Clinton


Subject: Marriage
Today, I was asked a direct question and gave a direct answer:
I believe that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.I hope you’ll take a moment to watch the conversation, consider it, and weigh in yourself on behalf of marriage equality:I’ve always believed that gay and lesbian Americans should be treated fairly and equally. I was reluctant to use the term marriage because of the very powerful traditions it evokes. And I thought civil union laws that conferred legal rights upon gay and lesbian couples were a solution.But over the course of several years I’ve talked to friends and family about this. I’ve thought about members of my staff in long-term, committed, same-sex relationships who are raising kids together. Through our efforts to end the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, I’ve gotten to know some of the gay and lesbian troops who are serving our country with honor and distinction.What I’ve come to realize is that for loving, same-sex couples, the denial of marriage equality means that, in their eyes and the eyes of their children, they are still considered less than full citizens.Even at my own dinner table, when I look at Sasha and Malia, who have friends whose parents are same-sex couples, I know it wouldn’t dawn on them that their friends’ parents should be treated differently.So I decided it was time to affirm my personal belief that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.I respect the beliefs of others, and the right of religious institutions to act in accordance with their own doctrines. But I believe that in the eyes of the law, all Americans should be treated equally. And where states enact same-sex marriage, no federal act should invalidate them.Thank you,Barack

Subject: Marriage

Today, I was asked a direct question and gave a direct answer:


I believe that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

I hope you’ll take a moment to watch the conversation, consider it, and weigh in yourself on behalf of marriage equality:

I’ve always believed that gay and lesbian Americans should be treated fairly and equally. I was reluctant to use the term marriage because of the very powerful traditions it evokes. And I thought civil union laws that conferred legal rights upon gay and lesbian couples were a solution.

But over the course of several years I’ve talked to friends and family about this. I’ve thought about members of my staff in long-term, committed, same-sex relationships who are raising kids together. Through our efforts to end the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, I’ve gotten to know some of the gay and lesbian troops who are serving our country with honor and distinction.

What I’ve come to realize is that for loving, same-sex couples, the denial of marriage equality means that, in their eyes and the eyes of their children, they are still considered less than full citizens.

Even at my own dinner table, when I look at Sasha and Malia, who have friends whose parents are same-sex couples, I know it wouldn’t dawn on them that their friends’ parents should be treated differently.

So I decided it was time to affirm my personal belief that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

I respect the beliefs of others, and the right of religious institutions to act in accordance with their own doctrines. But I believe that in the eyes of the law, all Americans should be treated equally. And where states enact same-sex marriage, no federal act should invalidate them.

Thank you,

Barack

Subject: Jump in and do this
Back in the summer of 2008, I became a summer organizing fellow. It happened fast for me — and I had no idea what to expect.But I knew I was doing something that mattered.As soon as I arrived, I walked into a two-day training with some of the most incredible people I’ve ever met. I learned all the skills I’d need to get to work out in the field, and when it was over, I couldn’t wait to get started.Becoming a summer organizing fellow was one of the best decisions I ever made — and right now you have a chance to make that same decision and become a fellow in Florida or another critical state that could swing this election.When I was a fellow, I organized house meetings, phone banks, and voter registration drives, and got people fired up to support then-Senator Obama. I helped people learn the power they had to effect change in their communities — and I can tell you, there’s nothing in the world you can do that is more special or more important than that.Now I’m working as the training director in Florida — and our state makes a huge difference in election after election. When new organizing fellows start here, I get to meet them all, hear their stories, and learn how they got drawn into this work. They are some of the most dedicated, hardworking, and passionate people in this movement — and working with them every day is the best part of my job.I hope you’ll apply, because the fellows in battleground states like ours are especially critical right now. This election could be decided by just a few thousand votes — and a small handful of states that could include Florida.Some of those deciding votes could come from the conversations you have and the people you reach. As a fellow, you’ll be doing the real work that will get people fired up and ready to turn out in November to vote.The fellows here and across the country work long hours, just like I did back in 2008. These positions are unpaid. But you’ll take the skills that you learn as an organizing fellow with you everywhere, whether you stay in politics or go on to a career in another field.So take the leap — the work will be the most rewarding that you’ll ever do, and you’ll know that every step you take out in the field is a step towards victory for President Obama and Democrats on Election Day.Sign up here and we’ll be in touch:Thanks, and hope that you join up,AshleyAshley PinedoFlorida State Training DirectorOrganizing for America

Subject: Jump in and do this

Back in the summer of 2008, I became a summer organizing fellow. It happened fast for me — and I had no idea what to expect.

But I knew I was doing something that mattered.

As soon as I arrived, I walked into a two-day training with some of the most incredible people I’ve ever met. I learned all the skills I’d need to get to work out in the field, and when it was over, I couldn’t wait to get started.

Becoming a summer organizing fellow was one of the best decisions I ever made — and right now you have a chance to make that same decision and become a fellow in Florida or another critical state that could swing this election.


When I was a fellow, I organized house meetings, phone banks, and voter registration drives, and got people fired up to support then-Senator Obama. I helped people learn the power they had to effect change in their communities — and I can tell you, there’s nothing in the world you can do that is more special or more important than that.

Now I’m working as the training director in Florida — and our state makes a huge difference in election after election. When new organizing fellows start here, I get to meet them all, hear their stories, and learn how they got drawn into this work. They are some of the most dedicated, hardworking, and passionate people in this movement — and working with them every day is the best part of my job.

I hope you’ll apply, because the fellows in battleground states like ours are especially critical right now. This election could be decided by just a few thousand votes — and a small handful of states that could include Florida.

Some of those deciding votes could come from the conversations you have and the people you reach. As a fellow, you’ll be doing the real work that will get people fired up and ready to turn out in November to vote.

The fellows here and across the country work long hours, just like I did back in 2008. These positions are unpaid. But you’ll take the skills that you learn as an organizing fellow with you everywhere, whether you stay in politics or go on to a career in another field.

So take the leap — the work will be the most rewarding that you’ll ever do, and you’ll know that every step you take out in the field is a step towards victory for President Obama and Democrats on Election Day.

Sign up here and we’ll be in touch:


Thanks, and hope that you join up,

Ashley

Ashley Pinedo
Florida State Training Director
Organizing for America

Subject: Last email today — really
There are two ways to look at it: This is yet another email from the campaign in your inbox. Or this email is making our organization stronger.Grassroots support, especially online, is how we compete with our opponents. And we won’t win without it.If you’ve got a few bucks to spare, mind chipping in before midnight?THANK YOU.RufusRufus GiffordNational Finance DirectorObama for America

Subject: Last email today — really

There are two ways to look at it: This is yet another email from the campaign in your inbox. Or this email is making our organization stronger.

Grassroots support, especially online, is how we compete with our opponents. And we won’t win without it.

If you’ve got a few bucks to spare, mind chipping in before midnight?



THANK YOU.

Rufus

Rufus Gifford
National Finance Director
Obama for America

Subject: A little fun
Barack and I know how hard so many of you are working on this campaign — and we’re grateful for it.
But sometimes you just need to have a little fun, too.That’s why I hope you’ll take us up on the chance to join Barack at George Clooney’s house on May 10th for what will be a pretty amazing event.Chip in with a grassroots donation today, and you’ll be automatically entered to join them:Thanks for all you do,Michelle

Subject: A little fun

Barack and I know how hard so many of you are working on this campaign — and we’re grateful for it.


But sometimes you just need to have a little fun, too.

That’s why I hope you’ll take us up on the chance to join Barack at George Clooney’s house on May 10th for what will be a pretty amazing event.

Chip in with a grassroots donation today, and you’ll be automatically entered to join them:



Thanks for all you do,

Michelle

Subject: Clooney and me
I think it’s safe to assume that an evening at George Clooney’s house is something you’re not going to want to miss.He’s getting involved because, like you and me, he cares deeply about the work we still have left to do — so you’re sure to have a thing or two to talk about.I’ll be there, too.Any donation you make today will automatically enter you to win and join us on May 10th:See you there?Barack

Subject: Clooney and me

I think it’s safe to assume that an evening at George Clooney’s house is something you’re not going to want to miss.

He’s getting involved because, like you and me, he cares deeply about the work we still have left to do — so you’re sure to have a thing or two to talk about.

I’ll be there, too.

Any donation you make today will automatically enter you to win and join us on May 10th:


See you there?

Barack

Subject: Some advice about George Clooney
I have some advice for the two people who will be selected to go to a party for the President at George Clooney’s house:Choose your guest wisely.Whoever you pick to join you is going to owe you big time.Think about it — and chip in $3 or whatever you can today to be automatically entered:- Ann MarieAnn Marie HabershawChief Operating OfficerObama for AmericaP.S. — Regarding your airfare and hotel, we’ve got it covered.

Subject: Some advice about George Clooney

I have some advice for the two people who will be selected to go to a party for the President at George Clooney’s house:

Choose your guest wisely.

Whoever you pick to join you is going to owe you big time.

Think about it — and chip in $3 or whatever you can today to be automatically entered:



- Ann Marie

Ann Marie Habershaw
Chief Operating Officer
Obama for America

P.S. — Regarding your airfare and hotel, we’ve got it covered.

Subject: George Clooney. Really.
In my opinion, Dinner with Barack is one of the coolest things we do on this campaign: The President literally asks grassroots supporters to take a seat at the table.But on the awesome scale, this event might beat it: Next month, two grassroots supporters and their guests will join President Obama and George Clooney for a gathering at Clooney’s home in Los Angeles.This really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.Donate $3 or whatever you can to be automatically entered for a chance to join George Clooney and President Obama in Los Angeles:Thanks,RufusRufus GiffordNational Finance DirectorObama for America

Subject: George Clooney. Really.

In my opinion, Dinner with Barack is one of the coolest things we do on this campaign: The President literally asks grassroots supporters to take a seat at the table.

But on the awesome scale, this event might beat it: Next month, two grassroots supporters and their guests will join President Obama and George Clooney for a gathering at Clooney’s home in Los Angeles.

This really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Donate $3 or whatever you can to be automatically entered for a chance to join George Clooney and President Obama in Los Angeles:



Thanks,

Rufus

Rufus Gifford
National Finance Director
Obama for America

Subject: Clooney
George Clooney is hosting an evening with President Obama, and we’re reserving two seats for grassroots supporters like you.Yes, you heard it right, dinner with President Obama… at George Clooney’s house. Pretty incredible, right?Any grassroots donation you make today automatically enters you and a guest for the chance to join Barack Obama and George Clooney in Los Angeles:Will you enter today for a chance to attend a once-in-a-lifetime event all for an important cause?Thanks,JuliannaJulianna SmootDeputy Campaign ManagerObama for America

Subject: Clooney

George Clooney is hosting an evening with President Obama, and we’re reserving two seats for grassroots supporters like you.

Yes, you heard it right, dinner with President Obama… at George Clooney’s house. Pretty incredible, right?

Any grassroots donation you make today automatically enters you and a guest for the chance to join Barack Obama and George Clooney in Los Angeles:


Will you enter today for a chance to attend a once-in-a-lifetime event all for an important cause?

Thanks,

Julianna

Julianna Smoot
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America