CONGRESS MAJORITY IS NOW SEEKING MAJOR DONORS
To continue our vitally important work, Congress Majority SuperPAC needs one or more major donors. If you are willing to research $1 million-plus Democratic donors and introduce us, please contact us through our contact page. We are based in Los Angeles.
Our SuperPAC needs funds to hire a top political strategist who will help write a detailed business plan. Our plan will include retaining a PAC attorney, a seasoned fundraiser, a firm like 270 Strategies in Washington DC to run focus groups, office space and support staff. We have scripted powerful new ads, but our strategist will weigh in and these may be changed. Ads will be developed with our strategist and tested before being produced. For a description of our new ads as presently planned, see our About Page and Press Room for details.
After our concepts are proven effective, we will seek the next round of funding to hire a political ad agency to produce the ads and make our first ad buys in battleground states.
In January 2020, our PAC temporarily deactivated with the FEC due to lack of funding, but we can reactivate our PAC with the FEC and also reactivate our donation page for the public at Act Blue within 48 hours of getting the first traunch of funding. We believe the Democratic base will donate to our campaign, and that our ads will bring thousands of swing voters over to the Democratic fold.
With the backing of one or more major supporters, Congress Majority’s brilliant ads will become a significant force in the 2020 election. If you can help research major Democratic donors and introduce us, we would welcome your support.
Now is the time!
Good and Bad Leaders
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