I’m sure I don’t need to tell you this, Brandt, but things are really heating up in North Carolina — and the attention on our race will only increase in the last 48 hours of this election. Especially with Donald Trump making two more last-minute visits to shore up support and boost Thom Tillis’ struggling campaign.
Throughout the campaign and especially in these final days, I’ve been meeting with folks to talk about the most pressing issues facing North Carolina and our country.
At the same time I’ve been out on the road, our campaign has also been working hard to bring in the resources to sustain our voter outreach programs until the polls close on Tuesday.
It’s never been more important for us to reach as many undecided voters as possible right away — especially in a race that could be decided by just a handful of votes — but that work requires a significant amount of resources.
The money we raise in these final days will be our most impactful way to show North Carolinians, national supporters, and Washington Republicans just how strong our campaign is — and whether or not we’ve got what it takes to win.
Thom Tillis is certainly feeling this time-crunch, too. That’s why he’s relying on Donald Trump’s support when the president travels back to North Carolina today and tomorrow — that’s two visits in 48 hours, each time rallying his base to help Tillis.
We need to demonstrate that our people-powered campaign is in a strong position to win on Tuesday. That’s why our team has to bring in as many resources as possible, as quickly as possible. Every hard-earned dollar you give allows us to do that and keeps me focused on winning this race:
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We have two days left to win. Let’s make sure we have every available resource to get the job done.
Thanks for being with me in this fight.