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Subject: Hey
I need you with me on this one.Tonight’s deadline is our biggest yet, and I need everyone pitching in.Give $9 or whatever you can:Let’s go,Barack

Subject: Hey

I need you with me on this one.

Tonight’s deadline is our biggest yet, and I need everyone pitching in.

Give $9 or whatever you can:


Let’s go,

Barack

Subject: Me again
There’s one thing I forgot to mention:If you chip in to support the campaign before the big deadline tomorrow, you’ll also be automatically entered to have dinner with my husband.I had the chance to go to one of these “Dinners with Barack” just a few weeks back — and trust me, you don’t want to miss out on it.Make a donation of $3 or whatever you can.Thank you,Michelle

Subject: Me again

There’s one thing I forgot to mention:

If you chip in to support the campaign before the big deadline tomorrow, you’ll also be automatically entered to have dinner with my husband.

I had the chance to go to one of these “Dinners with Barack” just a few weeks back — and trust me, you don’t want to miss out on it.

Make a donation of $3 or whatever you can.

Thank you,

Michelle

Subject: Saturday night
Marian —I’m not going to waste your time here: March 31st is this campaign’s most critical fundraising deadline so far.Whatever we’ve got in the bank on Saturday night is what we’ve got for the next phase of this election. And with the Republican primaries wrapping up, you can bet that it’s going to be the toughest phase yet.How ready we are depends on you. Chip in $10 or more now and take control.Thanks,Joe

Subject: Saturday night

Marian —

I’m not going to waste your time here: March 31st is this campaign’s most critical fundraising deadline so far.

Whatever we’ve got in the bank on Saturday night is what we’ve got for the next phase of this election. And with the Republican primaries wrapping up, you can bet that it’s going to be the toughest phase yet.

How ready we are depends on you. Chip in $10 or more now and take control.
Thanks,

Joe

Subject: If you’re ready
We’re approaching the biggest fundraising deadline of this campaign so far.Those watching what we do over the next four days will take it as a real sign of what we’ll be capable of when we meet an opponent in the general election.Every time we’ve faced a challenge in this campaign, you have come through.It’s the critical advantage we have over our opponents. We’re not taking money from Washington lobbyists, PACs, or special interests. I’m counting on you — and more than 1.5 million grassroots donors — to see us through November.The first big test of 2012 is to finish this week strong.Please donate $10 or more today, before the crucial deadline.Thanks,BarackP.S. — My next dinner with supporters is coming up soon, and there’s one spot left.

Subject: If you’re ready


We’re approaching the biggest fundraising deadline of this campaign so far.

Those watching what we do over the next four days will take it as a real sign of what we’ll be capable of when we meet an opponent in the general election.

Every time we’ve faced a challenge in this campaign, you have come through.

It’s the critical advantage we have over our opponents. We’re not taking money from Washington lobbyists, PACs, or special interests. I’m counting on you — and more than 1.5 million grassroots donors — to see us through November.

The first big test of 2012 is to finish this week strong.

Please donate $10 or more today, before the crucial deadline.

Thanks,

Barack

P.S. — My next dinner with supporters is coming up soon, and there’s one spot left.

Subject: Up late
Every night in the White House, I see Barack up late poring over briefings, reading your letters, and writing notes to people he’s met.He’s doing that for you — working hard every day to make sure we can finish what we all started together.This week, I need you to have his back.Will you donate $10 or more to support Barack before Saturday’s critical fundraising deadline?Thank you.Michelle

Subject: Up late

Every night in the White House, I see Barack up late poring over briefings, reading your letters, and writing notes to people he’s met.

He’s doing that for you — working hard every day to make sure we can finish what we all started together.

This week, I need you to have his back.

Will you donate $10 or more to support Barack before Saturday’s critical fundraising deadline?


Thank you.

Michelle

Subject: People will be watching
The end of this week is the most important fundraising deadline of the campaign so far.Here’s why: As the other side starts to settle on an opponent for us, people will be watching what we do like never before. They’ll want to see just how we measure up, and just how ready we are.That opponent will have a war chest of millions of dollars from mostly high-dollar donors. We’ll have this grassroots campaign of millions of people giving whatever they can afford.I’m placing my bet on us — now I want to know where you’re placing yours. Please give $3 or more, before the deadline.Thanks,Messina

Subject: People will be watching

The end of this week is the most important fundraising deadline of the campaign so far.

Here’s why: As the other side starts to settle on an opponent for us, people will be watching what we do like never before. They’ll want to see just how we measure up, and just how ready we are.

That opponent will have a war chest of millions of dollars from mostly high-dollar donors. We’ll have this grassroots campaign of millions of people giving whatever they can afford.

I’m placing my bet on us — now I want to know where you’re placing yours. Please give $3 or more, before the deadline.

Thanks,

Messina

Subject: A call you don’t want to screen
Everyone reacts a little differently to finding out they’ve won Dinner with Barack.Janet started screaming.I called Janet recently to let her know she would be the first guest at the upcoming dinner with President Obama. She was picking up some lunch. She asked me to please hold as she stepped outside — and then let it all out.Now Janet and I are both really excited she’s going to be there, but we’re also curious — who will be joining her and the President?We’re picking the fourth and final guest one week from tonight, which means I’ll be making another call soon.Get in on this. Donate $10 or whatever you can to be automatically entered.Here’s a tip: If you’re screening your calls in the next few weeks, don’t ignore any “937” area codes.- MarthaMartha PatzerObama for America

Subject: A call you don’t want to screen

Everyone reacts a little differently to finding out they’ve won Dinner with Barack.

Janet started screaming.

I called Janet recently to let her know she would be the first guest at the upcoming dinner with President Obama. She was picking up some lunch. She asked me to please hold as she stepped outside — and then let it all out.

Now Janet and I are both really excited she’s going to be there, but we’re also curious — who will be joining her and the President?

We’re picking the fourth and final guest one week from tonight, which means I’ll be making another call soon.

Get in on this. Donate $10 or whatever you can to be automatically entered.

Here’s a tip: If you’re screening your calls in the next few weeks, don’t ignore any “937” area codes.

- Martha

Martha Patzer
Obama for America

Subject: Hell yeah, I love Obamacare
I like Obamacare.I’m proud of it — and you should be, too.Here’s why: Because it works.Obamacare means never having to worry about getting sick and running up against a lifetime cap on insurance coverage. It gives parents the comfort of knowing their kids can stay on their insurance until they’re 26, and that a “pre-existing condition” like an ear infection will never compromise their child’s coverage.It’s about ending the practice of letting insurance companies charge women 50 percent more — just because they’re women.And Obamacare can save seniors hundreds of dollars a year on prescription drugs — and gives them access to preventive care that is saving their lives.President Obama never lost sight of the fact that this reform is about people. People like his own mother, who spent the last years of her life fighting cancer — and fighting with insurance companies, too.That shouldn’t happen. And because of Obamacare, it can’t.So next time you hear someone railing against Obamacare, remember what they’re actually saying they want to take away.And, today, stand with me in saying, “Hell yeah, I’m for Obamacare”.Thanks,DavidP.S. — Side note: Can you imagine if the opposition called Social Security “Roosevelt Security”? Or if Medicare was “LBJ-Care”? Seriously, have these guys ever heard of the long view?

Subject: Hell yeah, I love Obamacare

I like Obamacare.

I’m proud of it — and you should be, too.

Here’s why: Because it works.

Obamacare means never having to worry about getting sick and running up against a lifetime cap on insurance coverage. It gives parents the comfort of knowing their kids can stay on their insurance until they’re 26, and that a “pre-existing condition” like an ear infection will never compromise their child’s coverage.

It’s about ending the practice of letting insurance companies charge women 50 percent more — just because they’re women.

And Obamacare can save seniors hundreds of dollars a year on prescription drugs — and gives them access to preventive care that is saving their lives.

President Obama never lost sight of the fact that this reform is about people. People like his own mother, who spent the last years of her life fighting cancer — and fighting with insurance companies, too.

That shouldn’t happen. And because of Obamacare, it can’t.

So next time you hear someone railing against Obamacare, remember what they’re actually saying they want to take away.

And, today, stand with me in saying, “Hell yeah, I’m for Obamacare”.

Thanks,

David

P.S. — Side note: Can you imagine if the opposition called Social Security “Roosevelt Security”? Or if Medicare was “LBJ-Care”? Seriously, have these guys ever heard of the long view?

Subject: This is something special
We’re all affected by health care reform.The Affordable Care Act, passed two years ago tomorrow, has rescued millions of people from difficult and sometimes heartbreaking situations they shouldn’t have to face.We recorded the stories of a few people whose lives have been touched by this landmark legislation — they’re an amazing snapshot of how much has changed in the past two years.
If we told these stories two years ago, before health care reform was in place, they’d have very different endings. Thank you for helping rewrite them.-JenJen O’Malley DillonDeputy Campaign ManagerObama for America——-Defend health reform. The other side in this election has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act. 

Subject: This is something special

We’re all affected by health care reform.

The Affordable Care Act, passed two years ago tomorrow, has rescued millions of people from difficult and sometimes heartbreaking situations they shouldn’t have to face.

We recorded the stories of a few people whose lives have been touched by this landmark legislation — they’re an amazing snapshot of how much has changed in the past two years.

If we told these stories two years ago, before health care reform was in place, they’d have very different endings. Thank you for helping rewrite them.

-Jen

Jen O’Malley Dillon
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America

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Defend health reform. The other side in this election has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act. 

Subject: Will you test it out?
On March 23rd, 2010 — almost two years ago — President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, putting access to quality health care within reach of nearly every American.Ever wondered exactly what the Affordable Care Act does for you?
Thanks,StephanieStephanie CutterDeputy Campaign ManagerObama for America

Subject: Will you test it out?

On March 23rd, 2010 — almost two years ago — President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, putting access to quality health care within reach of nearly every American.

Ever wondered exactly what the Affordable Care Act does for you?



Thanks,

Stephanie

Stephanie Cutter
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America