Tom Campbell — End of the Fiscal Year Fundraising Solicitation

Dear Friend,

 California is in the most serious economic trouble since the 1930’s. But we can turn it around. I’m doing all I can, by running for Governor. And we can win.

 Several well known columnists have said I’m the best qualified of the Republican candidates to be Governor. I’ve given more than fifty speeches, dozens of interviews on radio and television, and conducted tele-town hall meetings in which thousands have participated. Many, many Californians have gone to our website, Campbell.org, which has been called the best of any of the candidates’ for Governor. I give dollar number details there on how to solve our budget crisis. I’ve never dodged a question or an issue. Our commitment to being specific may not be cut from the standard political playbook, but it’s garnering notice.

 The most recent Capitol Weekly statewide poll, earlier this month, showed me leading the Republican primary field, by seven points among most likely voters, by three points among all primary voters.

 At midnight Tuesday night, the books close on the current campaign finance filing period. If you were thinking of making a contribution to my effort, now would be an excellent time–to help me show as much strength as possible on the financial reports.

 With your support these past six months, we’ve started a conversation not only about the immediate fiscal crisis, but also how we can keep California competitive for when the recession ends.

 In six months, we’ve come further than even I thought possible. Can you help make the next six months as successful as these last six?

 With kind regards,



 Paid for by Tom Campbell for Governor Exploratory Committee, Inc.


(Editor’s Note: The three links to Campbell’s campaign contribution page in six paragraphs may well be a new record for the 2010 gubernatorial campaign. The intern is researching the question.)



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