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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

National Call To Help LPCA's CD32 Candidate

It may be a slow election year but there are still some exciting races happening across the country…and you can help without even leaving your home!

Specifically, I want to bring to your attention the special election for California’s 32nd congressional district where Libertarian Christopher Agrella is running.

The primary is on May 19th and the general election on July 14th and we are looking for volunteers all across the nation to help support Chris’ campaign.

Now, I know what you are thinking, “I don’t live in California…how can I help?” Well, there are of course donations but just as valuable would be a few hours of your time to call the voters of the 32nd district to promote Chris’ message of smaller government and liberty.

Personal contact is not just the most persuasive form of campaigning but it is also one of the easiest!

All you need is a phone, a computer, and a good attitude. If we all pull together then we can give Chris a fighting chance at winning!

We are in particular need of bi-lingual volunteers with Spanish and Chinese language skills.

If you want to take on a leadership role we need Call Captains to help coordinate. Let us know if this appeals to you.

If you are interested in participating in the phone bank please use the link below to sign up. We will be in contact with you soon for training and time-slot sign-up.

Go to http://www.libertymanager.com and create an account using registration code CA32. After we verify your identity you will be given access to the call system.

Thank you very much, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Austin Petersen
Director of Outreach
Libertarian National Committee

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