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This is a gargantuan undertaking for me, so I am going to rely on all of you to help me out if you really want to see me represent NH in the US Senate. This is YOUR opportunity to get an in with a politician who is willing to buck the status quo and do things the way they’re supposed to be done!
I’m here to listen to you and I intend to do that throughout not only the campaign, but once you elect me to the Senate, throughout my term of office as well. Communication is the key, so I’ll be using this space right here (on http://brianchabot.org and also on Facebook) to let all of you know what I’m up to. The contact form on my web site goes directly to my email account, so no matter what, I’ll be able to hear your voice.
What I need from you right now is to think about giving a little to the cause. If you can spare even just a couple dollars, it will be used to get fliers and business cards printed and then to print other things like nomination forms to get me on the ballot in November.
There is a LOT to do and the time to start working is right now. If you can help out monetarily, please use the “Donate” button on my web site.
I’m also going to need someone to help me put together and print fliers to hand to people. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get my picture taken for an official campaign photo soon, too. A nice logo might be good. I’ve made one inquiry about theme music, but I’m not holding my breath there.
Want to see me represent you to Washington in the Senate? GREAT! Let’s get started then, shall we?
The Pennsylvania legislature, who, on a proposition to make the belief in God a necessary qualification for office, rejected it by a great majority, although assuredly there was not a single atheist in their body. And you remember to have heard, that when the act for religious freedom was before the Virginia Assembly, a motion to insert the name of Jesus Christ before the phrase, “the author of our holy religion,” which stood in the bill, was rejected, although that was the creed of a great majority of them.