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Did you see David’s email on Saturday? Hey {NAME}, Did you see David’s email on Saturday?

Did you see David’s email on Saturday? [Leaders We Deserve]( Hey {NAME}, Did you see David’s email on Saturday? 📧 We have a lot of work to do between now and November but we need your help to get it done. Electing young people and the Democratic wave (via the reverse coattail effect) is a huge feat and we are looking at some daunting odds. [If you haven’t already, take a minute to read David’s email below and please consider pitching in $5 right now to help us stop Trump and his MAGA Republicans from taking over our government again.]( [Donate $5 »]( Leaders We Deserve ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: David Hogg Date: Saturday, May 18, 2024 Subject: Ok now I’m worried To: {NAME} [{EMAIL}] Now I'm really worried, {NAME}. I’m sure you’ve seen the recent headlines: [This is why the work we’re doing at Leaders We Deserve is so important. I’m about to explain why, but first – can you donate $5 to join us in the fight?]( President Biden’s support is eroding in critical battleground states, especially among young and nonwhite voters. It’s an unfortunate reality, but if voters stay home in November, the likelihood of another Trump term increases dramatically. We can’t control what happens at the top of the ticket – or truly know how accurate these polls are. But we do have an insurance policy for November regardless of the polls that the Republicans aren’t counting on: young, progressive candidates running in pivotal districts all across the country. Our endorsed candidates – like Bryce Berry and Ashwin Ramaswami in Georgia, Anna Thomas in Pennsylvania, and Oscar De Los Santos in Arizona – have the potential to inspire young people to vote this November. And the more voters they bring to the polls, the better the chances of Biden winning those same districts. Consider this, {NAME}: President Biden only won Georgia by 11,779 votes in 2020.1 Ashwin is running in a state Senate district with a population that is 28% Asian American, according to Census data.2 As a young, progressive Indian American on the ballot, Ashwin could inspire thousands of new Democratic voters to the polls as he would be the first Indian American state legislator in Georgia state history. The same can be said for another of our candidates in Georgia: Bryce Berry, a middle school math teacher who would be the first Gen Z member of the Georgia House. As Biden struggles with young men of color in the polls, he could benefit from exciting candidates like Bryce running with him on the Democratic ticket. I’m sure you’ve heard about candidates down the ballot “riding the coattails” of the presidential nominee – meaning that Democrats running for local and state offices need a strong candidate at the top of the ticket to get people out to vote. 👉 We think the opposite can be true, as well. President Biden can ride the reverse coattails of our bold, progressive candidates, all Gen-Z or Millennials, to victory. Candidates like Anna Thomas in Pennsylvania who actually have the chance to prevent an abortion ban or the repeal of gun laws in their state. Your investment in these important local races is contributing to Biden’s reelection and protecting democracy from Trump’s march to authoritarianism. We have a lot of work to do between now and November, but I believe that we can get young people out to vote, elect a new generation of leaders, and stop Trump and his MAGA Republicans from taking over our government again. [{NAME}, we’re doing everything we can to get young people to the polls and elect the leaders we deserve in November — but we can’t do it without your support. Will you pitch in $5 to Leaders We Deserve to make it happen?]( [Donate $5 »]( Thanks for your support, David Hogg Leaders We Deserve 1 - [Wikipedia]( 2 - [Census Reporter]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [Donate »]( This email was sent to [{EMAIL}](#). Email is a critical way we communicate with grassroots supporters like you. However, if you would like to change your subscription preferences, here are some options: - [Receive Fewer Emails]( - [Update Your Information]( - [Unsubscribe]( To give by check: Leaders We Deserve 611 Pennsylvania Ave SE #192 Washington, DC 20003 Email us: info@leaderswedeserve.com PAID FOR BY LEADERS WE DESERVE, LEADERSWEDESERVE.COM, NOT AUTHORIZED BY ANY CANDIDATE OR CANDIDATE'S COMMITTEE

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