Hosted by Stacey Champion:
“I have personally known Congressman Tom O’Halleran for 17 years. When I was a young mom, living in northern AZ, Tom was my Legislator. While dealing with an environmental issue in our home (which led to my career as an environmental consultant) it was Tom who took the time to listen to me and tried to help. I have never forgotten, and was thrilled when he was elected to serve as the Arizona Congressman for District 1 – a HUGE and important district in our state. Because he is doing great things, there will be a ton of money spent to push him out. And we cannot let that happen!
Please join myself, Nancy Hill, Representative Mark Cardenas,
Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo, Tempe City Councilwoman Lauren Kuby, Eric Meyer, Felecia Rotellini, Adrienne Udarbe, Sandy Bahr, John Trujillo, Louise Roman + Will Bruder, Leslie Barakat and others… to support Congressman Tom O’Halleran.
We will have food + libations, view new artwork by Daniel Shephard, see the workings of Hazel & Violet – a letterpress print shop, and meet with Congressman O’Halleran!
Co-host committee – $250
email: firstname.lastname@example.org to join
* But any amount is appreciated and ALL are WELCOME!
You may RSVP and donate directly online: https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/170601champion
To learn more about Tom, visit: https://ohalleran.house.gov/
*Contributions to Tom O’Halleran for Congress are not tax deductible. Federal Law requires political committees to use their best efforts to report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer of each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in an election cycle. We cannot accept contributions from corporations, labor unions, foreign nationals, and federal government contractors. Individual contributions must be made from the donor’s own funds. Federal Election law allows individuals to donate up to $5,400 per election cycle: $2,700 designated for the Primary Election and $2,700 designated for the General Election.
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