Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Dead heat in Nevada

The press may be trying to spin this as a two-person race — but the voters in Nevada are saying differently.

According to the latest poll from the Reno Gazette-Journal, it's a dead heatwith the momentum moving in John Edwards' direction.

Can you help us build on this momentum as we reach out to caucus goers around the state? More than 500,000 caucus goers have been contacted by thousands of volunteers over the past two months. Just this past weekend, 15,000 potential caucus attendees were personally canvassed by volunteers from our campaign who fanned out across the state.

The momentum is breaking John's way at exactly the right moment — but we need your help to put additional resources into Nevada immediately. Now is when it counts. Please show your support for John — and help us pull off a strong finish in Nevada this Saturday.

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A strong finish in the Nevada caucuses means this is still a three way race for the nomination. It means the two $100 million candidates will be forced to compete on the issues that matter, unable to buy the nomination with glitz and glamor.

Your contribution helps us get the extra resources we need into Nevada now, so we can maintain the momentum, expand our ground operation — and hold off any last minute desperate attacks from the other candidates.

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John has said that he intends to continue this campaign all the way to the Democratic Convention, win the nomination and then on to the White House.

A strong finish in Nevada will be an important step in that journey for our campaign. It will shock the pundits and reshape the dynamics of this election.

You can make the difference now. Please take a moment and show your support for John with a contribution to help us finish strongly in Nevada this Saturday.


--David Bonior
National Campaign Manager, John Edwards for President
January 15, 2008

P.S. Don’t forget to watch the Nevada debate tonight on MSNBC at 6:00-8:00 pm PST / 9:00-11:00 pm EST!

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