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I wanted you to see this.

Since we announced last year that we were going to Take Down Ten of the worst Tea Party extremists in Congress, nearly 60,000 people have chipped in to help make it happen.

We just put together a short video to show you what we've built in these districts, and what we still need to do to win.

Watch the video and chip in $5 to make sure we do everything we can to hold Tea Party extremists accountable.

With less than six weeks until the election, we've built a voter contact machine — and now we need to kick it into high gear.

We're opening more offices, hiring more organizers, buying more computers and minutes on the predictive dialer, printing signs and flyers. And this isn't for just one campaign — it's in districts across the country where we're taking on the Tea Party Ten and Michele Bachmann.

November 6th could be a huge accountability moment for Tea Party extremists. But this is the moment when all of us need to dig deep to make it happen.

If you haven't chipped in yet, now is the time to get off the sidelines, and get involved to help us send Tea Party Republicans packing.

Watch the video and chip in $5 now.

Thanks for everything you are doing,

Becky Bond, Political Director
CREDO Action

CREDO SuperPAC is working to defeat ten of the most extreme Tea Party Republicans in Congress — Allen West (FL-18), Dan Lungren (CA-7), Joe Walsh (IL-8), Chip Cravaack (MN-8), Sean Duffy (WI-7), Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8), Frank Guinta (NH-1), Steve King (IA-4), Mike Coffman (CO-6) and Jim Renacci (OH-16) — and Michele Bachmann (MN-6) too! Learn more at

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