Make Tom Craddick Look Like an April Fool: TexBlog PAC Pushes for 50 New Donors

Posted on 04/02/2008. Filed under: Texas Democrats, texas politics, Texblog pac, Tom Craddick |

By Matt Glazer from Burnt Orange Report

We know that Tom DeLay and Tom Craddick are fools no matter what month it is, but we didn’t want to launch this fundraising effort yesterday lest you think it’s a joke. We’re serious- earning back a majority in the Texas House has enormous repercussions on issues important to all Texans.

A Democratic majority means we can fight to expand CHIP, ensure environmental protects are written by Texans and not by corporations, and give teachers the support they need to improve education for every child.

This April you can ensure TexBlog PAC has the resources to endorse 2 challengers and help defeat Tom Craddick.

Our goal is to have the funds and resources to donate at least $5,000 to 5 Democrats this election cycle. Right now our PAC has $8,500 in the bank from close to 150 donors, today we are launching a 5 day challenge to the online community- 50 new donors in 5 days to raise $1,500.

Donate Today To The TexBlog PAC

We can work to take back the Texas House and make Tom Craddick and his Lieutenants in the House look like April Fool’s.

Together we can take back the Texas House and return to the days of responsible government. Together we can end the era of cronyism and corruption. All it takes is a donation of any size to make a difference.

We have 5 days to get 50 new donors and raise $1,500. With an average donation of $30, we can achieve our goal and ensure we have the financial needs to endorse 2 candidates.

Donate Today To The TexBlog PAC


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