Below is the email blast sent out by newly elected Democrat U.S. Senator Doug Jones, after his historic win in the special election in Alabama against GOP candidate Roy Moore Tuesday evening.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”
Last night, you helped bend that moral arc a little closer to that justice — right through the great state of Alabama. I will be forever grateful for your support — without it, we would have never been able to achieve what many thought was an impossible victory.
Our campaign showed what’s possible when you cut through the noise and talk to voters about what matters to them. We made an unprecedented effort to reach out to millions of Alabamians, and we mobilized the grassroots in this state like I’ve never seen before.
Over the last seven weeks, with the help of the Democratic Party, we made over 1.3 million phone calls, sent over 1 million text messages, and knocked on the doors of 325,000 voters.
If we organize in every state like we organized in Alabama, there’s no place Democrats can’t win. In fact, we can get started right now.
Chip in $10 or more, and let’s go win more races.
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Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for all of your help.
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