The Washington Times - February 29, 2008, 07:53PM
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I think everyone knows how important the races we face on March 4 are. But there’s one thing you need to know: I am relying on you to win.\ \ You are my best supporters, and over the past weeks you have made this campaign your own. Now with just a few days to go before the critical March 4 contests, I have to ask you to act one more time — because you can make a difference on Tuesday.\ \ We are making our final push in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont and we need you to reach deep and make a contribution to my campaign today.\ \ I know that this may be the first time you have made a donation online, but imagine if 30,000 online supporters like you each make a contribution to our campaign in the next 48 hours. A donation of as little as $5 can make the difference and will send a message that voters in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont will hear loud and clear.\ \ Contribute now to win big on March 4.\ \ I’m campaigning nonstop between now and Tuesday. You and I know what is at stake — our ability to stand up and fight for the values we believe in.\ \ We’ve defied expectations before. We’ve won when they counted us out. Together we can win big on March 4 and keep on winning until we are in the White House.\ \ But it all comes down to what we do today. If 30,000 of you make your voice heard with a contribution, even as little as $5, you will be speaking loud and clear with one voice — a voice that no one will be able to ignore.\ \ Contribute now to win in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont.\ \ You have sacrificed and spoken out, given your time and money so that we can win. But I have never needed you like I do today, and I hope that you will be there for me.\ \ Thank you so much for everything that you do.\ \ Sincerely,\ \ Hillary\

Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times