Polls are beginning to close — and while we don’t know what will happen in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Illinois, and Missouri tonight, I do know one thing. I am so grateful for you.
Because of you, our volunteers, and the more than 950,000 Americans who’ve contributed to this campaign, we’ve built a strong, nimble organization across the country — our delegate lead continues to grow, and we’re getting even closer to securing this nomination and winning this election.
But we can’t get complacent. This race is going to go on for a while. I need you to chip in right now if you’re with me.
The results on the other side make this clearer than ever: This may be the most consequential election of our lifetimes.
President Obama used to talk about the gap between the magnitude of our challenges and the smallness of our politics. The gap has grown beyond anything we could have imagined — some of what we’ve seen and heard from Donald Trump and other Republican candidates defies belief.
We can’t allow ourselves to be defined by the ugliest impulses of the radical fringe. We can’t risk having a commander in chief who would embarrass our country, alienate our allies, and embolden our enemies. The stakes are too high and the job is too big to leave up to chance.
The president has to make critical decisions and tackle incredible challenges — ones as big as the world and as small as your kitchen table.
Trump can’t do the job. We’re going to win this nomination, then take the fight to him to make sure he never gets the chance.
Stand with me. Donate right now and say you’re on my side:
Thank you so much, Naresh. There might be a long night ahead of us, but I believe in what we will accomplish together — tonight, tomorrow, and in the months to come.