|Barack Obama |
I want to add some more news to David's note about the state of the race.
As you know, we've won 27 of 41 contests and have maintained our commanding lead among pledged delegates.
But today I want to share another staggering number: supporters like you donated more than $55 million to this campaign in the month of February.
That's a humbling achievement, and I am very grateful for your support.
No campaign has ever raised this much in a single month in the history of presidential primaries. But more important than the total is how we did it -- more than 90% of donations were $100 or less, and more than 385,000 new donors in February pushed us past our goal of more than 1,000,000 people owning a piece of this campaign.
From the beginning, this campaign has always been funded by a movement of grassroots supporters giving whatever they can afford. And unlike Senator Clinton and Senator McCain, we have never taken money from lobbyists or PACs.
Senator Clinton has decided to use her resources to wage a negative, throw-everything-including-the
I need your help to continue this battle on two separate fronts. Now is the time to step up and own a piece of this campaign.
Please make a donation of $25 today:
Thank you for your support,
Sur les 12 dernières épreuves qui restent, avec l'avance de Barack Obama, 110 délégués de plus, il lui faut gagner à chaque fois (Hillary Clinton), sur les 12 états restants, pas moins de ....68% des suffrages. Ce qui est impossible. Je ne la vois pas gagner partout avec 70% des votes, seule issue qui permettrait qu'elle gagne.
Si mercredi donc, au Mississipi, État où Barack Obama part encore favori elle ne jette pas l'éponge, ce serait finalement une grosse arnaque et un complot sans précédent pour espérer avoir le vote des supers-délégués, malgré son "quorum" non atteint.