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Five Bucks for Liberty

• Mike Wasdin
Fundraiser for LP Senate Candidate Marc J. Victor

Right now, for the price of your next coffee or beer you can help reach 100 people and spread the message of Liberty.

I am Marc J. Victor, also known as the Attorney for Freedom. You may have seen me on campus at ASU or at your Tea Party or Veterans groups giving talks about your rights, the criminal justice system, ending the drug war and freedom in general. Since I was 15 years old, I have been an activist for freedom.
You could say that it has been my life's mission; I have even dedicated my law practice to the defense of freedom.

Today, I am stepping up my personal fight for freedom and I am running for U.S. Senate. But I need your help.

For the price of your next frappacino, or pale ale, you can me help reach over 100 people. We are gearing up for a major printing of flyers and every $5 allows us to print an extra 100 copies. Can you you give up one coffee this week for freedom?

You can donate now online at donate or our donate tab on victorforsenate. But please hurry, we would like to go to press next week. And please pass this on to your Liberty loving friends.

Thank you,

Marc. J. Victor

(paid for by Marc J Victor for Senate)

Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Individuals may contribute up to $5,000 ($2,500 to the primary election; $2,500 to the general election). Multi candidate federal PACs may contribute up to $10,000 ($5,000 to the primary election; $5,000 to the general election). Contributions from corporations, labor unions, foreign nationals and federal government contractors are prohibited. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle.

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