Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, and we need you to help Hillary win big.
A quick recap on what makes Super Tuesday so super:
Odds are, you know someone who will be voting or caucusing on March 1st, so before they make their voices heard in this election, Hillary’s counting on you to remind them where we stand on key issues.
- There are primaries and caucuses in over a dozen states
- There are more than 800 delegates on the line. (For comparison’s sake, there were 156 pledged delegates at stake in the first four states.)
This isn’t a single-issue country -- it’s going to take a leader with vision and a plan to tear down all the barriers that hold American families back. Hillary is that leader. There’s a lot to cover, so we’ve put together a quick guide for you to share that highlights Hillary’s plans on everything from gun violence prevention to health care.
Will you find your friends and make sure they know what’s at stake before polls close on Super Tuesday? I know Hillary can count on you:
Count me in
Director of State and Political Engagement
Hillary for America
Monday, February 29, 2016
This came in an email from the campaign. We all can do something to help Hillary win tomorrow - even if we don't live in a Super Tuesday state.
Terry McAuliffe introduced Hillary at a Get Out the Vote rally at George MAson University in VA today.
Hillary Clinton Campaign Rally in Virginia Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke to at a campaign rally at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She was introduced by Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA).
Hillary was in Springfield MA bright and early as she swings through Super Tuesday states.
.@HillaryClinton on Super Tues eve in Springfield, MA: "The mean-spiritedness, the hateful rhetoric, the insults — that’s not who we are."— Ruby Cramer (@rubycramer) February 29, 2016