Thank US Senator Jeff Mekley for supporting Bernie Sanders, and show the DNC this movement is real.

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Jeff Merkley (D-Ore) is the first sitting senator to come out and endorse fellow Senator Bernie Sanders for President.

Hillary Clinton's campaign has made a big deal out of how she is helping Dems down the ticket, and how Bernie has not made the same commitment.


Money talks.  Help show the political establishment, especially the DNC, that we can and will support those who are part of our cause.  Show the politicians and superdelegates who are sitting on the sidelines, or outright opposing us, that we can and will back those who back Bernie Sanders.


Please give $3 or $5 or whatever you can afford.  


Read Jeff's statement of support for Bernie here:
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/13/opinion/why-im-supporting-bernie-sanders.html?_r=0



Read about Jeff's endorsement here:
http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/276104-merkley-becomes-first-senator-to-back-...

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