Deeds campaign urges Obama backers to send a message
We've gotten to take a look at the final mailers going out from the Democratic Party and the campaign of Democrat Creigh Deeds, as well as doorhangers that volunteers will be leaving at houses through Election Day. And the message of them is clear: Your president needs you.
There are a bunch of different versions, but what they all have in common are pictures of Deeds and President Obama together, Obama campaign font (if you were awake in America in 2008, you know what we mean), and a strong message that a vote for Deeds is a vote for the same kind of politics Democrats elected last year. This is all in an effort to get voters who backed Obama last year but don't typically vote in off-year elections out for Deeds and the Democratic ticket Tuesday.
Read the least subtle version of this mailer here. It begins, "Time to Fight Back!"
And then goes on:
"When he was elected, they hoped he would fail. When he worked to fix the economy, they stood against him. When he fought for health reform, they stalled. We can send them a message on Nov. 3. Stand with President Obama to elect Creigh Deeds governor."
Other versions are more like this one, which simply say "we have more to do." Or there is this version, presumably designed to be handed out to churchgoers, that ask people to "Pray for our President. Vote to move Virginia forward."
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