Monday, January 7, 2008

Romney to Supporters

Dear Friend,

Tomorrow is a big day for us. New Hampshire voters will go the polls for the First-in-the-Nation primary, and here at Romney HQ, we’re pumped.

As Governor Mitt Romney demonstrated during debates on both Saturday and Sunday night, he is our nation’s best hope for much-needed, conservative change in Washington and to turn around some of our toughest situations. See how New Hampshire voters reacted after watching Governor Romney debate the Republican field yesterday:

Now, we need your help. Please forward this message to everyone you know and ask that they join Team Mitt today. After New Hampshire, we will go on to states across the nation and will need as much grassroots support as possible. No matter where you live, you can make a difference. Ask your friends to sign up for Team Mitt for important volunteer updates and opportunities at today!

Washington is broken. For decades, Washington has promised action on issues like energy independence, health care reform and border security, but the American people have only heard more talk. We need new ideas in Washington, and Governor Romney has a proven record of bringing change, not only as a Governor, but in the real world – turning around businesses and the 2002 Winter Olympics.

There’s no time to sit and wait anymore. Ask your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to get on board by joining Team Mitt today!

After the recent debates, momentum is on our side, but we will need the voice of every Romney supporter across the country. Help now by forwarding this message to a friend and you may still help with a contribution today.

Thank you so much for your support and your hard work.

Beth Myers
Campaign Manager

P.S. It’s critical that we grow our grassroots organization, so that after New Hampshire we will have the resources to compete from coast-to-coast. Please forward this message to your friends, asking them to Join Team Mitt at, and consider making a financial contribution today. Thanks again.

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