In Friday’s emails: Tim Ryan lands two huge endorsements, Pete Buttigieg launches a new policy, and Bernie Sanders forgets all about the golden rule of email subjects.
Also on Friday, Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet viciously attacked each other on Twitter, and while it was not mentioned in their emails, it is an absolute must-read.
Continue reading “Day 67: 7/26/19”
In Thursday’s emails: Elizabeth Warren gives weight to my argument that the “We need X donors!” numbers are largely made up, Jay Inslee almost gets what he wants, and Tulsi Gabbard takes Google to court. Also, I grow tired of starting every post with some bland numbers and decide to shake things up!
Continue reading “Day 66: 7/25/19”
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”
45 emails arrived on Monday, representing 16 different campaigns. 23 of them came from all 16 campaigns for their non-donors, while the other 22 came from 15 campaigns reaching out to their donors. Tom Steyer sent the only non-donor-only email, probably because I have never donated to him.
Continue reading “Day 63: 7/22/19”
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”
It’s officially been 60 days since I began tracking Presidential candidate emails, and on Friday I received 65 emails representing 20 Presidential hopefuls. All 20 campaigns sent 33 of those emails to my non-donor account, and the other 32 emails came from only 18 campaigns emailing their donors.
Continue reading “Day 60: 7/19/19”
Did you know Thursday was the drawing for the second Democratic debates? I knew! I definitely knew, because 41 of the 73 total emails, from 19 campaigns, were talking about the debates.
Of those emails, all 19 campaigns sent 37 emails to my non-donor account, and 18 campaigns sent the other 36 emails.
Continue reading “Day 59: 7/18/19”
Monday, Monday. 49 emails on Monday. 19 campaigns.
26 of those emails went to non-donor lists, representing all of the 19 campaigns. The other 23 came from 16 campaigns and their donor lists.
Full disclosure: I haven’t donated yet to Mike Gravel. I just don’t feel like he actually qualified for the debate.
Continue reading “Day 56: 7/15/19”
With 53 emails, 18 campaigns are slowly ramping up their pre-debate frenzy. 17 campaigns sent me 30 emails as a non-donor, while the other 23 came from 15 campaigns considering me a donor.
And Mike Gravel updated his graphic.
Continue reading “Day 52: 7/11/19”
Thank god the end-of-quarter/end-of-month/debate high all fell on a weekend. There is no way I would have been able to keep up with the amount of emails if I also had to do my day job!
195 emails came in over 2 days from 22 campaigns.
20 campaigns sent 120 of those emails to my non-donor account.
A different 20 sent 75 of those emails to my donor account.
And yes. I read every single one of them.
Continue reading “Days 40 and 41: 6/29/19-6/30/19”