Saturday, July 24, 2010

Demand a Refund of your 2008 McCain Contributions

In my earlier post about McCain spending over $10 million in the second quarter of 2010, I noted that nearly half of that money came from his 2008 Presidential campaign coffers.  Seeing Red AZ has a post up explaining how to ask for you money back.  This is not just an Arizona issue.  If you donated to the McCain 2008 presidential campaign and you want it back now that you know he's using it to smear another Republican, you too can ask for you money back!  I highly recommend that you do!

John McCain has been using money stockpiled from his failed 2008 presidential bid to barrage conservative senatorial candidate J.D. Hayworth with a relentless and malicious ad campaign.

If you donated to the lesser of two evils — the McCain over Obama campaign — you are entitled to request a refund.

Donations that were intended for use in one campaign were not meant by their contributors to be transferred to bashing J.D. Hayworth. Ask for a refund and send it where it makes a difference: to the campaign of J. D. Hayworth. Time is short.

Early voting for this crucial primary election begins July 29, 2010. The actual election day is August 24.

To request your refund, contact McCain headquarters:

1702 E. Highland Ave, Suite 101
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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