Days 194 and 195: 11/30/19-12/01/19

As of the time of this writing, 2 of the Democratic candidates have dropped out of the primary: Joe Sestak and Steve Bullock. I will handle Sestak today, but as Bullock technically dropped on Monday, his farewell will be on Tuesday.

Over the weekend there was a plethora of donation asks, many of which I share with you below. Many emails were bemoaning the lack of funds, and only 11 actually boasted of success for the first day of December.

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Week 26: November 10-16

This past week had a mid-month fundraising deadline and a new candidate entering the race. Tulsi Gabbard made Veterans Day an issue to be better than someone else over, Pete Buttigieg stopped letting us say “no” in his surveys, and John Delaney can’t figure out why he’s floundering.

In addition, I did a side-by-side comparison of Elizabeth Warren’s Transition to Medicare for All plan and Pete Buttigieg’s Medicare for All Who Want It plan on my Twitter account. Read it here!

And here we go, another debate approaching!
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Week 25: November 3-9

It hit me today: there are no political emails in my inbox I look forward to reading anymore. I used to like Pete Buttigieg, Beto O’Rourke, and Jay Inslee, but the latter two have dropped and Buttigieg’s emails are no longer an infrequent treat. Cory Booker will occasionally surprise me with a good one, but not nearly frequently enough for me to anticipate it. Sometimes Joe Sestak can make me laugh.

I never want to open a Julian Castro or Bernie Sanders email, and Elizabeth Warren’s are only ever enjoyable when she has new merch designs.

Don’t be fooled by the drop. It’s about to ramp back up for the debate.
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