Twitter Updates

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

MT-Sen: Netroots for Jon Tester

Yesterday, in the best blog round-up of the Montana Senate primary since the Montana bloggers talked about the John Morrison scandal, Kos posted:

This one is important folks. For those of you who cry about the DLC and its corrosive influence in DC, winning this primary would hasten the demise of what is already an organization in decline. For those of you who whine about Democrats without a spine, help get one of the good guys elected.
This is my second post on this today, but I just received the following email from Jon Tester:

In one short week, polls will open in communities across Montana and Democrats will choose who will take on Conrad Burns in the General Election.

A poll released by the Helena Independent Record and other newspapers over the weekend shows this race dead-even. Their pollster had this to say about the race:

"'The thing that strikes me is that Morrison is still better known than Tester, but Tester has a higher favorable rating with Democrats,' said Brad Coker, managing director of Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, which conducted the poll. 'Tester may have a little more upward mobility. He's pretty well-positioned for the primary...'"

With momentum on our side, we are in the best position headed into the Primary. We need your help to keep moving forward. Help us continue to spread our winning message by contributing to the campaign today.

Your contribution today goes a long way to ensuring we contact as many voters as possible in the next 7 days.

Your volunteer help will also spread the word about our campaign in communities across the state. Email the campaign, or contact us at (406) 454-2006 to lend a hand.

As we approach the primary, keep your eyes on your inbox for new developments and action alerts from the campaign.

Thank you for all that you do.

Jon Tester

P.S. We'll need all hands on deck on Election Day. Vote early at your county election office today to help us get out the vote on June 6.
You can sign up for these emails at Jon Tester's website. Contributing today will help Tester finalize his media buy.

No comments: