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Jon Bon Jovi (on June 19) placed his name in an email sent to supporters of Cory Booker on Saturday and asked them to contribute to his campaign fund as part of the senator's latest fundraising

Jon Bon Jovi says fellow New Jerseyan Cory Booker & # 39; the right leader for the moment & # 39; is in email to senator supporters during the last attempt to raise $ 1.7 million campaign funds by MONDAY

  • Jon Bon Jovi placed his name on a Saturday email with the supporters of senator Cory Booker to donate money to his campaign
  • Bon Jovi called Booker & # 39; the right leader for the moment & # 39; and said he would unite the country and a & # 39; renewed sense of common purpose & # 39; would give.
  • Starting Saturday night, Booker will be missing about $ 168,400 for its $ 1.7 million goal
  • The Booker campaign said he should collect the remaining money before September 30
  • If he does not hit the target, he is expected to fall from the Democratic race
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Jon Bon Jovi, musician and resident of New Jersey, has sent his name by email to supporters of senator Cory Booker, urging him to donate to the 2020 campaign fund of the senator of New Jersey.

The Booker campaign said on September 21 that Booker should raise $ 1.7 million on Monday, otherwise he would have to stop the race for the candidate-candidate race of the Democratic Party in 2020.

The email from Bon Jovi, sent and signed by the rocker on Saturday, is part of Booker's latest attempt to raise money before the Federal Election Commission quarterly financial reporting deadline for presidential candidates, according to ABC news.

Jon Bon Jovi (on June 19) placed his name in an email sent to supporters of Cory Booker on Saturday and asked them to contribute to his campaign fund as part of the senator's latest fundraising

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Jon Bon Jovi (on June 19) placed his name in an email sent to supporters of Cory Booker on Saturday and asked them to contribute to his campaign fund as part of the senator's latest fundraising

Bon Jovi (left) said he believes Booker (right) is currently the & # 39; right leader & # 39; and noted that they are friends. The residents of New Jersey are pictured here in December 2009

Bon Jovi (left) said he believes Booker (right) is currently the & # 39; right leader & # 39; and noted that they are friends. The residents of New Jersey are pictured here in December 2009

Bon Jovi (left) said he believes Booker (right) is currently the & # 39; right leader & # 39; and noted that they are friends. The residents of New Jersey are pictured here in December 2009

According to Saturday night, Booker would fall short of $ 168,400 CBS News.

Bon Jovi & # 39; s email read that the county is & # 39; deeply divided in a way that we have not had for a long time & # 39 ;.

He wrote that & I believe we must respond with a strong call for unity and a renewed sense of common purpose. I can't think of anyone better than Cory Booker to take on the challenge. & # 39;

Bon Jovi called Booker & # 39; the right leader for the moment & # 39 ;.

Part of the fundraising email that Jon Bon Jovi signed and that was sent on Saturday
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Part of the fundraising email that Jon Bon Jovi signed and that was sent on Saturday

Part of the fundraising email that Jon Bon Jovi signed and that was sent on Saturday

& # 39; Simply put, & # 39; Bon Jovi concluded, & I think Cory Booker is a great man who would do a great job at the White House. I am lucky enough to call him a friend, and we could all happily call ourselves our president. & # 39;

This is not the first time that Bon Jovi Booker has helped raise money for his campaign.

In August, Bon Jovi and his wife Dorthea organized a fundraising for the senator in their home in East Hampton. They also donated $ 2,800 each to his campaign, the maximum that the campaign allowed in this phase of the race.

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On September 21, Booker & # 39; s campaign leader Addisu Demissie told the AP that the money raised would be invested in campaign activities in October and November in an attempt to succeed in the early polls in 2020 and the Super Tuesday primaries.

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