The Five Dollar Challenge



Every campaign needs funds. I know that there are many out there who would like to help but feel that they can’t give enough that could make a difference.

Campaigns aren’t built on $100, $500 or even $1000 donations, they are built on many coming together with small donations which add up over time.

I’m asking each and every one of you who want to see real change in the 5th district to give at least $5. Everyone can afford to give just $5. Most spend that much daily on coffee or pop.

This election year has a lot of positive benefits for Republicans and we can make a difference with your help.
With grassroots donors like you making online donations of $5, $10 or $15 – we’re building the resources to take on Dan Kildee and win in the 5th district.

Let’s make our voices heard this year and end the destructive path that the Democrats have taken us down.

Thanks in advance,
Al Hardwick for Congress – Representing ‘We The People” in Washington


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