Democratic National Committee: Invest In The Scott Walker Recall Now!

By Mary Magnuson (Contact)

To be delivered to: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chairperson, Democratic National Committee

Democratic National Committee & Debbie Wasserman Schultz, invest now in the crucial fight to remove Scott Walker from office in Wisconsin--the people have worked hard and it's time to help.

As a Wisconsin progressive working day and night to recall Scott Walker, I'm shocked: The DNC still isn't giving financial support to the recall fight in Wisconsin. After more than a year of grassroots efforts, Wisconsin citizens have accomplished more than anyone thought possible. We now have a Democratic challenger to Scott Walker who is neck and neck in the polls, even though Tom Barrett is being outspent by Walker's millions from out-of-state donations. There is no more time for the Democratic National Committee to wait--if Walker wins, it would be a huge setback to Democrats in races across the country this year. We need the DNC's support immediately!

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I don't understand at all what is happening here. The DNC holding back money that would help Right a grievous Wrong committed against the people? Maybe the DNC has begotten two more initials ... DNC/TP

I dearly hope not, we are all screwed if this is the case. thinkingblue

PLEASE SIGN:http://signon.org/sign/democratic-national-committe?source=s

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Please Tell The DNC To Help With The Scott Walker Wisconsin Recount

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Katshores's picture
Katshores 3 years 38 weeks ago
#1

I really dont think they will help in Wisconsin. I really feel the "Grassroots" shows promise but I dont think Debbie will give anything. Maybe surport but thats it. I feel you should contact the President. He went to Calfornia for a party and collected $12 Million for only 4 hours of work. Yeah, he can give that to Wisconsin but he wont. Wisconsin is a yesterday's news

Mongrel's picture
Mongrel 3 years 38 weeks ago
#2

You don't get it, the RNC and the DNC hold hands in the dark.

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