Barack Obama and donations for their campaign

Barack Obama and donations for their campaign

Chicago : IL : USA | Sep 08, 2012 at 4:40 AM PDT
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Obama Donations - Anyone, Anywhere

I received electronic mail of (evidently the same chairman doesn't send it) Barack, in which he informs me of the collection that they have had during the week, and they request me in passing, a contribution.

I believe sincerely that in this sense, contributions, the Republicans have all those of winning.

But in this time, doesn't reason donate the same quantity to Organizations without I encourage of benefit?

For if some of you wants to make them some contribution or they simply have curiosity, here the mail:

“’By midnight: 600,000 donations‏’

Catalina --

Speaking to you and millions of other Americans last night was an honor.

But speeches don't win elections.

You do.

We set a goal of 600,000 grassroots donations for convention week -- we need just 55,000 more by midnight tonight.

Chip in $5 or more now and support this campaign in the time we've got left:

Fired up, ready to go.


All of agreement are in this: ELECTION DAY IS CLOSER.
CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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