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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Day 171: 11/7/19

I have partnered with Boot Edge Edge Merch to launch a merch store for But Their Emails! Now you can own your very own BTE logo on a t-shirt or sticker or coffee mug!

There will be additional designs coming: I’m working with an artist to get some candidates’ likenesses on the merch. If you’re just interested in the logo, though, check out the store! There is also a permanent link in the sidebar.

Anyway, moving on to Thursday’s emails. Steve Bullock still believes he has the best chance to win, Cory Booker is worried about Michael Bloomberg, and Pete Buttigieg said thank you.

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Week 24: October 27-November 2

The end of the month is always a busy week for campaign emails, and the end of October was no different. Between Julian Castro threatening to drop out, Kamala Harris slashing at her campaign to save money, and Beto O’Rourke actually dropping out, the week was very eventful. Of course, all of that paled in comparison to the Liberty and Justice dinner on Friday night.

Emails come in cycles
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