From Pete for America <[email protected]>
Subject While South Carolinians are voting on Saturday
Date February 28, 2020 4:16 PM
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Tomorrow is the South Carolina primary! And while South Carolinians are voting, we will be hosting a virtual town hall hosted by Ryann Richardson, Miss Black America, and Reggie Love, President Barack Obama’s Special Assistant.

We’re at a time in our campaign right now where it’s going to come down to every vote and every delegate. And we want to clue you in every step of the way, and make sure you’re hearing directly from Pete and members of Team Pete.

Make sure you RSVP and we’ll send you all the information you need to tune in tomorrow! [[link removed]]

RSVP HERE [[link removed]]

Here’s a sneak peak at the strategy portion of what we’ll be talking about:

We are currently in second place in delegates. Super Tuesday (this coming Tuesday!) is a major day. 34% of delegates will be awarded, but it’s crucial to remember that 28% of delegates will be awarded in the remaining March contests, which heavily favor Pete.

We have a path to victory and it’s going to take everyone to help us get there.

RSVP here, and we’ll send you all the details. Then tomorrow, join our all star team as we talk about the path forward. [[link removed]]

Thank you very much,

Pete for America

DONATE [[link removed]]

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