CNN’s Crossfire co-host Stephanie Cutter will not have to inform viewers she’s raising money for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe should he come on the program, according to the Huffington Post.
Per CNN’s new rules, if McAuliffe comes on Crossfire, Cutter won’t have to inform viewers she’s helping raise money for him.
— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) September 27, 2013
Cutter, the deputy campaign manager for President Obama’s re-election campaign and a veteran of other Democratic campaigns, sent out a fundraising email Friday entitled “Nervous,” urging on McAuliffe supporters to donate money in the final weeks of his campaign against Republican Ken Cuccinelli:
As Deputy Campaign Manager for President Obama’s reelection campaign last year, I saw a grassroots movement overpower those Super PACs once. We can do it again, but only if we all step up.
What we do this week will determine which campaign is in a better position to make its closing argument over the next five.
Terry’s facing a major fundraising deadline on Monday and right now he’s $80,247 short of his goal. Will you chip in $5 to help him get there — and win this election?