The Washington Times - February 20, 2008, 01:11AM
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Today, the people of Wisconsin voted overwhelmingly in favor of a new kind of politics.\ \ They rejected an onslaught of negative attacks and attempts to distract them from the common concerns we all have about the direction of our country.\ \ No doubt we’ll hear much more of these attacks and distractions in the days to come.\ \ But the noise of these tired, old political games will not drown out the voices of millions calling for change.\ \ Now is the time to join us — add your voice to our movement by making your first donation right now. By giving through our matching program, your donation will be doubled by a previous donor who has promised to match your gift.\ \ We are very close to reaching our goal of 500,000 people giving to this campaign in 2008. Help push us over the top by making a matched donation right now.\ \ We won’t know until late tonight the results of today’s Hawaii caucus, but we’ll let you know how that turns out tomorrow.\ \ If we win in Hawaii, it will be ten straight victories — a streak no one thought possible, and the best position we can be in when Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island, and Vermont vote on March 4th.\ \ Thank you for making this possible,\ \ Barack

Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times