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Mo Elleithee
2014-09-25 13:03:10
The Democratic Party
Democrats
Friend --

Perception is everything in politics. There are all the numbers you can count -- polls, our fundraising numbers, our get out the vote plans -- but I've always found that one of the most powerful metrics is pretty simple: How many Democrats are willing to put their names to the values our party is fighting for.

This year, we've asked you to sign four important petitions -- to show that you're standing with Democrats on the issues that matter in this election. Here's what we have on record for this exact email address:

YOUR 2014 ACTION RECORD: (Click here to update)
Raising the Minimum Wage: Have not signed
Guaranteeing Equal Pay: Have not signed
Action on Climate Change: Have not signed
Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Have not signed

You haven't signed any of them with this exact email address, and no hard feelings!

But if you want to do something easy to stand up for Democratic values and show our strength going into Election Day, you can add your signature to all of them right now -- with just one click:

http://my.democrats.org/Support-Democratic-Values

That's all we need right now. I know what's easy doesn't always feel important, but this is a big lift for Democrats. Thanks.

More soon,

Mo

Mo Elleithee
Communications Director
Democratic National Committee



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