Over the weekend, Tim Ryan figured out how targeted emails works, Jay Inslee went full super hero, and Joe Biden was exaggerating his difficulties.Continue reading “Days 82 and 83: 8/10/19-8/11/19”
On Friday, Bill de Blasio confirmed what everyone’s thinking about him is true, Andrew Yang is feeling confident, and the DNC asked the candidates to make a specific ask.Continue reading “Day 81: 8/9/19”
Content warning: There will be more talk of the weekend’s events in this post.
Time passes and tragedies fade from focus. The candidates all have campaigns to run, and many of them are shifting back into campaign mode. Some are pivoting with more grace than others. Some are not yet ready to resume the trail.
And I am ranting about campaign finances.Continue reading “Day 78: 8/6/19”
Things were quieting down on Thursday. Kirsten Gillibrand continued to ignore her financial supporters, Joe Biden joked about his debate closing statement flub, and Julian Castro tried some fearmongering to raise funds.Continue reading “Day 73: 8/1/19”
On Wednesday, the gloves were off! Joe Biden released a new sticker, Andrew Yang is literally selling nothing for $40, and Bernie Sanders’ average donation is slipping further.Continue reading “Day 72: 7/31/19”
In just a few minutes from this post going live, the second night of the second Democratic Presidential Primary Debate will begin on CNN! If you’re wondering about the candidates, here are their email strengths:
Note: Donor and non-donor emails are not separated for these counts.Continue reading “Debate 2: Night 2”
On Monday, I made a mistake and said Kamala Harris’ Medicare for All plan came in on Sunday. It actually arrived Monday morning at 6:26 AM ET.
Also on Monday, Joe Biden tried to emotionally manipulate me into donating to him, Beto O’Rourke has hinted that a dog influencer will be supporting his campaign, and Cory Booker’s campaign has been dancing.Continue reading “Day 70: 7/29/19”
In this past week: Steve Bullock has finally started up his campaign machine, Elizabeth Warren has a plan for that, and Amy Klobuchar has finally created some new fundraising charts. Also, just about everyone is behind on their fundraising, and my support will decide who is successful.Continue reading “Week 10: July 21-July 27”
On Wednesday, Robert Mueller went before Congress to testify about his report. 18 of the 59 emails from 19 campaigns referenced this testimony in a variety of ways. Of those emails, 31 came from all 19 campaigns to their non-donor lists, while 16 campaigns sent the other 28 emails to their donor lists.Continue reading “Day 65: 7/24/19”
The weekend saw 94 emails roll in from 19 campaigns. 48 of those emails arrived in my non-donor inbox, while the other 46 came from 17 campaigns emailing their donors. Though everyone was still asking for money, not many campaigns were asking for exact dollar amounts.Continue reading “Days 61 and 62: 7/20/19-7/21/19”