President Bill Clinton sent this note to supporters before his speech in Charlotte tonight:
Don't take anything for granted.
Don't think you can wait because your neighbor is stepping up, or that someone else will pick up the slack. Don't think that you can wait until the debates, or until after these conventions.
When you look at what the other side is spending—and where they want to take this country—none of us can afford to think that way.
It is absolutely urgent we win this election, and the only way President Obama is going to win is because of what you do. Donate whatever you can to support Barack Obama.
We can win this.
Thanks for doing your part.
A candidate for United States senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren used her convention debut to remind Americans exactly who Barack Obama is.Read More
Taking the mic at the Democratic National Convention tonight, Randy Johnson spoke about being the victim of Romney economics:
“Mitt Romney once said, I like being able to fire people. Well I can tell you from personal experience: He does.
“What I fault him for is making money without a moral compass. I fault him for putting profits before people like me. But that’s just Romney economics. America cannot afford Romney economics. Mitt Romney will stick it to working people. Barack Obama? Sticking up for working people. It’s as simple as that. That’s why I’m supporting him for a second term for president.”
“Our president, when he hears a young woman has been attacked, worries about his daughters—not his delegates or his donors.”
—Sandra Fluke on why she supports President Obama
Stand with Sandra—commit to vote today.
Share this if you agree with Barack Obama: Parents should never have to worry about their children's health coverage being dropped because of a pre-existing condition.
Mayor Julián Castro thinks the choice is clear.
First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage for the first night of the Democratic National Convention and delivered a powerful speech about family and the promise of America. Watch it—then if you're fired up, chip in to help us win.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the families affected by the Skagit County bridge collapse and to the emergency responders on the scene.4h
My staff & I are monitoring the situation at #SkagitBridge and we're working with Governor Inslee and others to assist in any way we can -PM5h
Hoping all are safe in the bridge collapse in Skagit County. Thank you to the brave first responders addressing the situation.5h
Young Democrats aren't resigned to disappointment in SD. ow.ly/ll7wO They relish the challenge to make SD a better place.8h