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A huge bet

MoJo Reader,

To say these "aren't normal times" would be a gross understatement.

The enormity of what lies ahead is staggering: As members of a democracy, journalists, and individual citizens, we've never faced a test like the one that starts in 21 days, when Donald Trump is sworn in as president.

But one thing gives me resolve—and I hope it will prove a more effective way to earn your tax-deductible year-end donations than an arbitrary goal or deadline (more on that in a second).

Mother Jones (and that includes you) was made for this moment.

The type of journalism the moment calls for—shining light into dark corners and finding out what the powerful want to keep secret—is the reason Mother Jones exists. We were founded in 1976 because a handful of journalists wanted to see more independent, investigative reporting.

Whether it's continuing to investigate Russia's meddling with our democracy (since Congress seems disinterested), documenting Trump's massive conflicts of interest, or reporting on the terrifying appointments of extremists to agencies they don't think should exist, we have our work cut out for us.

But we're up for the challenge.

And a big reason why is YOU. Back in 1976, MoJo's founders recognized that independent journalism couldn't flourish under corporate ownership. They knew digging deep into controversial stories and following the facts wherever they led would take time—and courage. So they made a huge bet: that readers would see the value in the journalism and pitch in to make it possible.

Because we're a nonprofit, we're able to avoid the worst pressures from dwindling advertising revenue—you've probably noticed that a lot of newsrooms are cutting back, just when journalism should be doubling down. And because we only answer to our readers, not a sugar daddy, we report on the stories that matter most—without fearing for our paychecks.

We're incredibly fortunate. We have a business model that allows us to grow while other news organizations make cuts. We have a newsroom full of reporters, editors, fact-checkers, and researchers who are committed to digging up the truth, whatever it takes. And we have you, millions of readers who understand that hard-hitting journalism is more important than it's ever been.

We know it because we see it, every day. In the weeks since Donald Trump was elected, there has been an outpouring of interest in our journalism—unprecedented website visits, donations, and subscriptions to our magazine: enough that we threw the old playbook out the window for our December fundraiser. We're not setting some arbitrary goal of what we need to raise. It's going to take everything we've got to cover the Trump administration.

As you make your decisions ahead of tomorrow's deadline to claim your final tax deductions for 2016, please consider that. And consider that these next two days are the most important fundraising dates of the year for nonprofits like us.

How important? We've been opening the books for you all year, so let's do it again: Last year, readers pitched in more than $60,000 online on December 30 and 31. But this year, we believe more of you will rally and more of you will give—because we all know the truth matters in a whole new way.

I know there's a lot of competition for your year-end donations, but I hope Mother Jones makes the cut—and that you'll make a tax-deductible one-time or monthly donation to support our reporting today.

Thanks for reading, and for everything you do to make Mother Jones what it is. I'm honored to work on behalf of readers like you.

Clara Jeffery
Clara Jeffery, Editor-in-Chief
Mother Jones

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