Update: The next battleground


Shannah —

Take a trip to IN I’ve just wrapped up a weekend tour of Indiana, and I wanted to let you know about where we stand in this battleground state.

All across Indiana, I’ve spoken to veterans, students, and factory workers about the challenges small-town America is facing — and about how we’re going to start solving them.

I see the excitement on the ground, and I truly believe Indiana is ready to stand up for a different kind of politics. But only if people like you get involved and take ownership of this effort.

This coming weekend — and especially next Monday and Tuesday — supporters across the country will be coming to Indiana to knock on doors, make phone calls, and Get Out The Vote for Primary Day on May 6th. They need your help to reach as many Hoosiers as possible.

I know this is a big decision. But what’s brought our campaign where we are today is that so many people — including many who never thought they’d get involved in politics in their lifetime — have taken that leap to help us succeed.

We need to finish strong in the Hoosier State, so I hope you’ll sign up to take the trip in the coming days:


People are paying attention to what happens in Indiana this week.

They know how far we’ve traveled together, but they want to know whether we can close this race, secure the nomination, and finally bring about the change our country so desperately needs.

We can bring jobs back to communities across America, reduce the price of gas, and put an end to the war in Iraq — and it all begins in Indiana.

In the next eight days.

I hope you’ll join us.





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