Wednesday, July 16, 2008

URGENT ACTION ~ Revised

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Dear Hillary Family,

If you do one thing (ok two things) today and/or tomorrow, we URGE everyone to call in a request to Hillary's D.C office and make a simple request.

Why you ask? Well simply because we want her to know directly from us that are standing for her to get on the ballot. And we want this be a strong, consistent message.

Here is the message:

"We want our delegates to have the opportunity to vote for Hillary as "nominee" at the convention. Our votes aren't for negotiation and our pledged delegates aren't for negotiation. We need an open and fair convention, please let Senator Clinton know that we still support her! Thank you!"

This is not the time to throw in the towel in the 11th hour or in the 9th inning. It is we who are up to bat, and the bases are loaded...What would Babe Ruth do?

Call Senator Clinton Today Ask to Leave a Message in Message box!

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
Phone: (703)469-2008.


AND AND AND AND AND

THIS IS IMPORTANT... (we want to get 1,000,000 emails ASAP)

Email the same message to

HAROLD ICKES
re: Please let Hillary know...
to: hgardner@ickesenright.com (yes we know this is heather's address)
cc: justsaynodeal@aol.com


DO IT NOW !!!

and PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DON'T RE-DIRECT PEOPLE. Our way of us being measured on their end is by sending emails to one email address.



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9 comments:

tjohns4250 said...

explain this more? why is this a necessity? Is hillary thinking of turning over her delegates?

Anonymous said...

That email doesn't work.

Anonymous said...

We can't leave a campaign message at her Senate office. You must call her campaign office at 703-469-2008.

Anonymous said...

Done, but there is an "out of the office reply" for the email. Will FAX tomorrow from work.

Anonymous said...

Ok, the email information posted is going to a Heather Gardner. However, she is out of the office until Friday, July 18, 2008. Therefore, it is suggested that you send the email to Tim Reggev at treggev@jmp-dc.com. So, I sent this as a email to Tim. Anyone can use it if they like...

Dear Tim Reggev:

Heather Gardner is out of the office until tomorrow, and suggested that emails be sent to you. Therefore, I am sending this email to you in hopes that Mr. Harold Ickes and Hillary are informed of the undoubted support for Hillary to become the Democratic nominee at the convention.

I, along with all those still supporting Hillary Clinton, want our delegates to have the opportunity to vote for Hillary Clinton as "nominee" at the convention. Our votes aren't for negotiation and our pledged delegates aren't for negotiation. We must have an open and fair convention, please let Senator Hillary Clinton know that we still support her!

Thank you!

LoveAmerica said...

I forwarded the email that was intended for Mr. Ickes with the following message.

"Hi Tim, as you can see my message has been re-routed to you. Please take an asprin and forward this message to Mr. Icke who we all are trying to reach (giggle). Our message is important and suspect you will get many. I hoope you are as loyal to Hillary as Mr. Icke was at the Rules committee, what an outrage.

Anyway, please understand the many letters are necessary in our minds to save America so we can have the rightful nominee in November to represent the once great Democratic arty that has been hijacked by a few jackels of late.

Thanks, we have to find a way to reach Hillary to let her know those of us outside the ring are routing for Our ROCKY knock out punch that only she (the stronger candidate) can land. Thanks 3 Kansas Democrats who will only vote for Hillary for President, and NO VICE-President either."

LoveAmerica said...

Don't worry people, there were no spelling errors in the original email, sorry in a hurry here to post.

jennifer said...

I was able to leave a message for her on the campaign line as well as speak to someone who answered the call at her New York office. I will call again and agian. I am not giving up.

Anonymous said...

I ditto what the first poster wrote: Why is this action necessary?

Anna