Hillary Clinton says more than 75,000 people have contributed to her presidential campaign since the polls closed on Super Tuesday.
In a letter to supporters, Hillary wrote: “I wish I could find the words to express how grateful I am for the support you have given me. I'm sure you know by now that your support could not have come at a better moment -- I needed your help, and you responded with more enthusiasm and generosity than I could possibly have imagined.
“Over the past 48 hours, you exceeded every goal we set. Since the polls closed on Super Tuesday, more than 75,000 of you have contributed to our campaign.
“I am genuinely touched by your dedication not just to me and my campaign, but to real change for our country. Something amazing is happening here, and I hope you're as proud to be a part of it as I am.”
Clinton — who recently loaned her campaign $5 million — acknowledged that she still has a “long road” ahead, with 10 more races in February, many of them playing “to my opponent's strong suits -- including his virtually unlimited funds.
“I am relying on you to overcome that gap, and you have made it very clear over the past two days that you are up to that challenge. Thanks to your support, we are going to change our country.”
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