There is only ONE MONTH (a mere 30 days) left in the election – and we must unite to support Carl DeMaio to save the 50th Congressional District.
Now is the time to step forward and contribute. That’s why you are invited to our “Final Month Fundraiser!”
While some flee, Carl DeMaio stands and fights. That’s why Carl DeMaio has become California’s best known taxpayer advocate and government reformer.
Because Carl DeMaio is such a fearless and effective reformer, special interests are trying to stop him. Why? It’s because they know Carl DeMaio is a proven reformer who will shake up the US Congress – to fight unfair tax hikes, cut wasteful spending, and secure our border.
Carl DeMaio sees his campaign as larger than just one seat in Congress. DeMaio is fighting to take back California from the Democrats’ supermajority and their socialist agenda.
That’s why DeMaio is activating a grassroots army across the state to not only win the 50th Congressional District that DeMaio is running for, but to capture other seats as well.
But Carl can’t do this alone: he needs YOUR help. Please attend this fundraiser and be part of this growing movement to take back California! Any contribution will be greatly appreciated!
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ABOUT CARL DEMAIO:
At a time when too many politicians cave in on their principles, or merely pay lip-service to their constituents, Carl DeMaio is a fighter who takes action for what he believes in. A successful businessman, DeMaio founded his first company by age 24, his second by age 29, and sold both by age 33. Since then, he has hosted a popular news/talk radio show on NewsRadio 600 KOGO and founded and has led Reform California – a grassroots campaign advocates for government accountability reforms and has blocked over $2 billion in tax hikes.
Now Carl DeMaio is running for US Congress with a plan to shake it up by advancing a bold, fresh Reform Agenda and recruiting other principled reformers to run for office.