An Unmistakable Message

Bernie Sanders for President

When I first decided to run for president, my greatest fear was that if I were to run a poor campaign or did not do well, that it would be a setback not just for me, but for the ideas driving our campaign.

A lot of people said we had no chance. Our ideas are too big. The billionaire class is too powerful.

But we kept at it. We came to a virtual tie in Iowa, had a big win in New Hampshire, and made huge progress in Nevada.

What you’re doing is working. Every contribution, every phone call and every door knocked is bringing our political revolution one step closer to winning the White House.

Now there’s another big deadline, and it’s Monday night: the final FEC reporting deadline before Super Tuesday. It’s a huge opportunity to show the strength of our movement.

Please make a contribution to our campaign and send an unmistakable message that you have had ENOUGH of the corrupt billionaire class buying our candidates and elections.


There are twenty-six primaries and caucuses over the next three weeks, with thousands of delegates at stake. We’re up against a billionaire class that doesn’t want us to succeed, and they’re willing to do anything it takes to stop our movement.

I’m so glad to have you at our side, Blane.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders




Author: Blane Beckwith

I was born on December 22, 1955, in a small Pennsylvania town named Corry. I was raised in Bear Lake, Pennsylvania.

I graduated from Corry Area High School in 1973. After that, I attended Edinboro State College from 1977-79.

I moved to Berkeley, California in 1980, in search of an independent life. In 2006, I graduated from Berkeley city College with two degrees, one in English and the other in Liberal Arts.

I have been active in the disability rights movement for well over 20 years.