Purchase Campaign Signs

sign_grassAs you know exposure is one of the best tools to get your message out. One of the most cost effective ways is by using signs. We are asking for your help to purchase campaign signs to put out in the 5th district. There are 5 counties in this district and time is short so please don’t delay. Money gathered from this will be used exclusively for signs. No donation is too small and is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

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