The Washington Times - March 28, 2008, 02:19PM
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starts running TV ads again Howard Wolfson
John McCain is raising money and campaigning across the country — he’s looking at the White House.\ \ \ Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are also raising money and campaigning across the country — but they’re still looking at the nomination.\ \ \ Hillary and Barack can’t build an organization to take on John McCain directly yet, but we can. And we have to — it’s our responsibility as Democrats to make sure we’re prepared.\ \ \ I need you to make a contribution now so we can make sure John McCain doesn’t get a free ride — Americans everywhere need to know the truth, and we’re going to make sure they get it.\ \ \\ \ \ Over the past three years, you’ve invested heavily in our 50-State Strategy. We put resources in all 50 states, committing to make sure each state has the resources and infrastructure to compete at every level.\ \ \ We saw the results from this strategy in 2005, 2006, and 2007. And, with your help, it will help us take back the White House in 2008.\ \ \ Why? The Republican Party is in trouble. \ \ …\ \ We’ve worn them down, but we can’t be complacent — we’ve seen what they will do to win. We can’t let up — every day that goes by where we don’t answer John McCain’s attacks means another opportunity missed, and it erases the work we’ve done so far.\ \ \ Make a donation today and support our efforts to help elect Hillary or Barack. We’re fighting John McCain so he doesn’t get ahead.\ \ \\ \ \ We can’t allow John McCain to crisscross the country, fooling the American people with his “more of the same” agenda.\ \ \ Your donation today helps us take him head-on everywhere.\ \ \ Thank you,\ Howard Dean

Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times