President Obama is calling on all Democrats:

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Democrats pay attention when President Obama speaks – and he recently delivered a dire warning to every Democratic supporter and voter about the stakes of this year’s elections.

He warned our party against complacency and reminded Democrats of the huge challenges we face going up against a Republican Party with an incumbent president leading their efforts.

President Obama went on to deliver a direct challenge to every Democrat: “Our country’s future hangs on this election, and it won’t be easy… Now’s the time to fight for what we believe in.”

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President Obama weighs in:

President Obama wouldn’t deliver this challenge to Democrats unless the moment is truly urgent.

And he’s right: No election has ever had stakes this high – now is not the time for ambivalence or complacency.

As President Obama pointed out at the very beginning of this campaign season, our challenge in November “is to defeat a president and a party that has… taken a sharp turn away from a lot of the core traditions and values and institutional commitments that built this country.”

With so little time left, we can’t afford to waste a single moment.

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