From Marcus Goodwin <[email protected]>
Subject another endorsement!
Date October 21, 2020 1:00 PM
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John -- On the back of recent endorsements from The Washington Post Editorial Board and Teamsters Local 639, I'm proud to announce that The Georgetowner Editorial Board has endorsed our campaign for DC Council At-Large!
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Here's what they had to say: "Goodwin has business experience... and is fully informed on issues like affordable housing and public safety."
With less than two weeks to go in this 23-way race, we must take all of this support and continue converting it into votes at the polls and by mail. Early in-person voting starts on Tuesday and more than 100,000 DC voters have already cast their ballots in the mail!
Will you continue to help us reach more voters before election day by chipping in a donation of any amount to build up our movement for a more equitable DC? We need to raise another $1,725 before midnight to stay on track to hit our w [[link removed]] eekly fundraising goal. [[link removed]]
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Just 13 days left until election day -- Let's keep the momentum going!
-- Marcus
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