Coakley Needs Money

Martha Coakley’s latest email touts her  final TV ad showcasing President Obama as a strong supporter of Coakley. Coakley does not speak except for the obligatory “I am Martha Coakley and I approve this message” line.

She asks for money and that is an extremely important part of the email because it tells us that the Coakley campaign is probably in trouble financially. Late money in a campaign, especially a special election, is only good for paying down debt and tying up loose ends after the election.

Text of the email after the jump.


I have some breaking news – our campaign just put together our final TV ad of the campaign. It captures exciting final moments from the campaign trail, and I wanted to make sure you saw it here first:

Every Vote Matters

This election is going down to the wire, and we need to air this ad as many times as possible before the polls close tomorrow night. This is the last time to make a contribution and make sure this ad can go up at 6 p.m. tonight.  Will you help just one last time?

In just a few short hours from now the polls will be closed.  Any contribution makes a difference – can you do $20, $35 or more to ensure we are victorious tomorrow?

This is our last chance to make sure we win.  With your help, I know we will.

Thank you again for everything you have done.  The support all across the state has been amazing.  And please make sure to vote tomorrow – there is a lot at stake and as President Obama says in this ad, every vote matters!

With gratitude,

Martha Coakley

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