Wednesday, August 29, 2012

The Story of Mitt

Dear MoveOn Member,

Polls show that our efforts to redefine Mitt Romney as the candidate of the 1% have been effective, but at this week's Republican Convention, Mitt's got one more chance to re-introduce himself to the country.1 He's running a three-day advertising campaign, with prime time media coverage, to convince voters that he's actually concerned about the average citizen.

But that's a lie we're not going to let him tell.

This Thursday, we're releasing "The Man from Bloomfield Hills," a hilarious mini-doc based on the true story of Mitt's hardscrabble upbringing in one of the wealthiest towns in the U.S. The "mockumentary" is in the style of other candidate biographies shown at conventions, and is told from the perspective of the people who know Mitt best, including his wife Ann Romney.

To celebrate the release, and to coincide with Romney's acceptance of the Republican nomination, we're having an online watch party Thursday evening. Will you watch with us? Click here to view the trailer and RSVP for the online watch party.

Thanks for all you do.

–Lenore, Victoria, Mark, Carrie, and the rest of the team


1. "Poll: Mitt Romney better for the rich," Politico, August 27, 2012

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