Give to your favorite Democratic Senate Candidate–Dan Hynes information is below. (no this isn’t favoritism, he sent it out, Barack didn’t and Hull doesn’t need to).
TO: Friends and Supporters
FR: Hynes for US Senate
RE: Twelve hours to help make America work again.
As our next United States Senator from Illinois, Dan Hynes is determined to change Washington’s misguided priorities and make America work once again.
And you can help. RIGHT NOW.
As one of Dan’s closest friends and supporters, today is the last day you can make a contribution before our campaign must file its official third-quarter campaign finance report.
Until midnight tonight, you can make a huge difference in Dan’s campaign — and a bold statement about the new course America must take to realize her incredible promise and potential.
President Bush and the Republicans just keep on doing it wrong. Huge tax breaks for the super-rich. Bad trade deals that export American jobs and hopes overseas. Turning the other cheek as America’s biggest corporate special interests violate their workers’ pensions and cook their own books.
As our next US Senator, Dan Hynes is ready to stand up to the Bush agenda. Dan’s ready to fight for tax policies that respect hard-working Americans and protect the middle class. Trade deals that put American assembly lines ahead of the corporate bottom line. And real corporate responsibility to end Washington’s practice of corporate capitulation.
Help Dan get it done.
Please consider making a contribution to Dan?s campaign today by going to our website at www.danhynes.com, calling our Chicago office at 312-337-2004 or by mailing a contribution, made out to ?Hynes for Senate,? to our headquarters at: 1525 N. Wells, Chicago, IL 60610.
With your help, Dan can win the Democratic primary and help win back the U.S. Senate. Together, we can get America – and Americans – working again.
Thank you for your past and future support!
Hynes for Senate
Pursuant to the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 and the regulations of the Federal Elections Commission, based on filings made by an opposing candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in Illinois, the Hynes Exploratory Committee may accept up to $12,000 from an individual. To contribute an individual must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident of 18 years or older. Contributions from the treasuries of corporations, incorporated corporations, and labor organizations are prohibited. Contributions from Illinois Comptroller employees are not accepted by the Hynes for Senate Campaign. Contributions to Hynes for Senate are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.