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October 17, 2008

Charlie Brown for Congress -- CA

-- by Dave Johnson

I received this about Charlie Brown running for Congress in California and want to pass it along:

Recent developments show that Charlie Brown is poised to make history by winning the Congressional seat in CD4 but we still need your help. Even TIME magazine is covering the race. You can read the TIME article here.

Charlie is leading in the polls but being outspent by his hyper partisan rival Tom McClintock 2-1. To keep his lead in the polls, Charlie needs the financial resources to continue to fight and win. You can read the press release on the quarterly filing on the website or click here. As you know Charlie is a retired Lt Colonel from the United States Air Force where he served 26 years. Charlie knows how to fight. He is a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee "Red to Blue" candidate, a Democracy for America All-Star and has many national and local endorsements. You can see Charlie's endorsements on his website. (By the way, Charlie's active duty son has served 4 rotations in this war and will do another next year.) And his wife Jan also served as a nurse in the USAF.

Imagine what it would be like to have Charlie in the House and voting on every bill that comes before it. Voting for health care, education, and the environment. And Charlie will be an experienced voice on national security, he will be one of the very few in Congress who has "been there, done that" and knows what real intelligence means and what it does not.

How can you help? Donate now to the campaign, by clicking here to reach Charlie's website or mail a check to:

Brown for Congress

PO Box 368

Roseville, CA 95661

And then tell your friends about this candidate and about this race. Tell them with their help Charlie will WIN!

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 17, 2008 11:14 AM


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