Thanks folks, you have been awesome. In these last few days before the Wednesday, October 16th special election for the New Jersey U.S. Senate seat, the Lonegan campaign has skyrocketed with national attention and activity. Rush Limbaugh said Lonegan will win. http://bit.ly/1cd5j4I
Sarah Palin is campaigning for Lonegan. Tea Party Express hosted a rally for Lonegan; keynotes were Sarah Palin and Mark Levin. http://bit.ly/GUNQ6u
Suddenly, Lonegan t-shirts are hot, figuratively worn by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and supporters across America.
My Conservative Campaign Committee has been pounding the drum for several months for Lonegan. We are running Lonegan radio and TV ads. We are most excited about our Lonegan ads running during Sunday Night Football and the pre-game show.
Our staff is organizing volunteers to phone-from-home for Lonegan, as voter turn out is hugely important. To participate please email: email@example.com
But folks, I just want to take a moment to express my deepest thanks and appreciation of you. Your support and contributions have made Lonegan surge from 30 points down to single digits. Remarkable!
Billionaire Mayor Bloomberg threw $1 million to Lonegan’s opponent’s campaign. http://bit.ly/1afuykF
Grassroots efforts for Lonegan simply do not have that kind of money to throw around.
You know me by now folks, I always look for the blessing.
Ours is a We The People movement, working together, united. As grassroots patriots, we make the best with what we have, using our creativity, skills and talents. We spend wisely. We are united in our common goal to restore America.
I spoke on the phone with a Lonegan supporter yesterday who said, “I’m 67. I miss my constitutional America.”
Sending rock-solid constitutional conservatives such as Lonegan to DC is step one.
Also folks, there is a stirring in the air, a new rebellion brewing against overreaching regulations, government purposely making the shutdown as painful as possible and the overall dysfunction of DC. Truckers organized a protest. Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz led the charge as veterans rallied in DC. http://bit.ly/1aBPwKL Yes, something is happening.
More than ever, we need politicians on our side who will not blink; refusing to back down simply because Democrats and liberal media call them bad names.
Conservative Republican Steve Lonegan running for U.S. Senate New Jersey is one such politician. We are in the home stretch with only a few days left, folks. Let’s get this “good guy” elected. http://bit.ly/1cd5j4I
Thanks again and God Bless.
Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American
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