Saturday, September 06, 2008

September 6, 2008
Dear First District Republicans,
Our Primary Election day is rapidly approaching and we need your continued support!

Please consider a donation here of $25, $50 or $100 - we need it to buy campaign material and media. We need to make sure that our voices are heard!

Yesterday, we finished a tour across portions of the western half of our District, including media stops in Fairmont, Worthington, New Ulm and Mankato. Special thanks go to Matthew Rinne, the Watonwan County Chair for the Brian Davis for Congress campaign, who helped with today's journey.

We finished the day at the Blue Earth Republican Party office for a successful rally that included other candidates - Rep. Tony Cornish, Mike Bidwell and Dale Jordan. Jerry Groebner, the Blue Earth County Republican Party chair presided at the meeting. Klarice Rinne, Watonwan County Chair, also attended.

Ryan at television station KEYC of Mankato attended - and here is the segment from the 10 pm news last night.

We're pleased by the public support we've received from many throughout the District in their letters to the editor, including Republican Party County Chairs from Freeborn, Winona and Olmsted Counties. And here is one in the Mankato Free Press.

More is yet to be done, and I need your help to keep us moving forward. And by the way, if you haven't contributed or are able to contribute more please consider a $25, $50, $250 or $1,000 contribution by clicking here!

I'm asking for your continued support and hard work. Please volunteer for get-out-the-vote telephone calls or door-knocking here! It will be great preparation to ensure victory across the board on November 4th.

And most importantly, I'm asking for your vote in the Republican Primary. We're not taking anything for granted so please bring your 10 closest friends to the polls with you on September 9th!

On September 10th we'll move forward with our sights set on victory on November 4th!

With warmest regards,

Brian Davis

P.S. - Let me remind you again, if you haven't read this recent NRCC Press Release documenting Mr. Walz' poor record on energy and gas prices over the past two years you should. We know that we can do better.

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