Phil Reese

Just $200 left to double your money!

Filed By Phil Reese | October 27, 2010 10:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: candidate endorsements, Don't Ask Don't Tell, election campaigns, fundraising, patrick murphy, political campaigns, straight allies

Yesterday, I posted about America's oldest liberal political organization, Americans for Democratic Action, offering to double up to $1000 donation made to Patrick Murphy at this link. You turned it out. We raised almost $800 in two days. Today we have just $200 to go to meet their maximum.

Let's turn the last two days into a big gay $2000 fundraiser for Patrick Murphy. If you haven't donated yet, we've only $200 to go before we hit the goal. If you give $50, that $50 is actually $100. Its the best way to get the most bang for your buck!

Go in with a friend and you can each give $25. Now that's really doubling your money! All we need is $200 today for a great ally to our community. If Patrick Murphy can stick up for us, let's stick up for him!

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Phil - I don't get how the numbers on the ActBlue page correlate with what you're saying. What's been raised and what's left to meet the challenge?

Sorry about being unclear--they offered to match up to $1000 at $6397, so once we hit $7397--as long as its while the donations can still be made--we'll have raised a cool $2000 for Patrick!

Will we acknowledge that the MONEY didn't help?

The money didn't help. I'm sure it was appreciated, and I would definitely not apply this to every possible situation, but no, in this situation the money didn't help.