Apologies for the late post! I swear I scheduled this!
On Monday, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both promised me my donation determined the fate of the caucus, I dug into campaign’s swag bundles, and Tulsi Gabbard is determined to crush Hillary Clinton.
Continue reading “Day 252: 1/27/20”
Friday brought a lot of fours. Four contests, four campaigns sending four emails each, Phase Four, and four colors in an email from Amy Klobuchar.
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On Thursday, Deval Patrick celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Michael Bennet yelled at me, and Joe Biden is getting attacked by pro-Trump groups. Again.
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Thursday brought a lot of hostility from various Democrats. Bernie Sanders took the brunt of the hits, though Tulsi Gabbard was by far the most vocal in her anger.
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Tuesday brought with it plenty of fundraising asks, with a few Senators upset over the impeachment trials and a few non-Senators upset over Citizens United. Andrew Yang is planning on being revolutionary, but first, he needs to make his goal.
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Monday was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Holidays and events like this are always fun, because it gives me a chance to see how multiple candidates react to the same thing. Only Bernie Sanders didn’t bother to mention the day that Tulsi Gabbard called “the most important of American holidays.”
Continue reading “Day 245: 1/20/20”
After the excitement on Thursday, Friday’s emails were much calmer. Pete Buttigieg offered me a new digital badge and Andrew Yang offered me a chance to go to a comedy show without him.
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Thursday brought some excitement (and desperation) from Michael Bennet and budget woes from Elizabeth Warren, but it was Pete Buttigieg who made me pay attention.
Continue reading “Day 241: 1/16/20”
In Thursday’s emails, people were talking about the debate, Michael Bennet was trying to be spicy, and I get fed up with Amy Klobuchar’s design choices.
Continue reading “Day 240: 1/15/20”
There are very few email days I hate as much as debate days, but today’s email flood wasn’t nearly as bad as I feared. A dozen candidates means that even when they go overboard on messages, I’m still able to stay on top of things. (Looking at you, Pete Buttigieg!)
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