Zev Porat

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Clinton Campaign Admits to Financial Distress


Following is an email sent out by the Clinton campaign earlier today:
Mary --

Earlier this week, we asked you to help us get to 60,000 August donations by last Thursday night so that we could go into the fall with our best foot forward.

First, I want to thank you for everything you've done during this election to support all of our candidates.

But I want to be direct with you because you're one of our party's best supporters: we didn't hit our goal.

Mary, this happens sometimes. But it means we've got to redouble our efforts and push even harder for the last few days of this month.

Can you help us get back on track before our end-of-month fundraising deadline next week? Pitch in $3 or more right now.



Brandon Davis
Chief of Staff
Democratic National Committee

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