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If you’ve been waiting for the best time to make your first donation to the DNC, this is the moment.

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What we raise in these early days could determine what we are able to accomplish in elections in 202

What we raise in these early days could determine what we are able to accomplish in elections in 2023, 2024, and beyond. Chip in now. [Democrats][Join us.] Meghan -- Tomorrow, the Democratic Party faces our next big test: the first end-of-quarter fundraising deadline of the year. And the funds we raise in these early days of the election cycle could determine what Democrats can accomplish in 2023, 2024, and beyond. The DNC provides crucial resources to Democrats running for office nationwide: on-the-ground organizing efforts to turn out voters, programs to protect voters, data and technology to reach voters, and so much more. All of that depends on grassroots support. It takes you, Meghan. So, I’m asking: Will you make a $7 contribution to the DNC ahead of their end-of-quarter deadline? We only need 10 more donations from Congers to reach our party’s goal before tomorrow’s midnight deadline. [DONATE: $7]( [DONATE: $10]( [DONATE: $25]( [DONATE: $50]( [DONATE: $100]( [Donate another amount]( If you need proof that elections matter, just take a look at what we’ve been able to accomplish in the last few years. We got Trump out of office and replaced him with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. You worked to ensure Democrats took back the Senate -- then expanded our majority in the midterms. You helped pass historic legislation like the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and the Respect for Marriage Act. Grassroots supporters like you are the power behind our party. But our work is far from over, Meghan. If we’re going to keep building a better America, we need to protect our majority in the Senate -- and I know my colleagues in the House are working to take back the majority as well. [If you’ve been waiting for the best time to make your first donation to our party, this is the moment. Chip in $7 to the DNC today.]( Thank you, Chuck Chuck Schumer Senate Majority Leader U.S. Senator, New York [Sen. Chuck Schumer]( Manage how often you receive DNC emails, [by filling out this form](. If you no longer wish to receive emails from the DNC, [submit this form to unsubscribe](. If you're ready to elect Democrats in all 50 states, territories, and D.C., [make a contribution today](. Contributions or gifts to the Democratic National Committee are not tax deductible. Paid for by the Democratic National Committee, [www.Democrats.org](, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

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