From Alexandra Hunt <[email protected]>
Subject We can win this race, but our opponent has dirty money.
Date April 5, 2023 9:15 PM
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You are receiving this email as one of Alexandra’s most engaged followers. If you no longer wish to receive emails or updates, please click the “unsubscribe” link below. Dear John, Campaign finance reports just came out, and wow. My opponent took $17,500 from the Fraternal Order of Police and its Trump-loving President, John McNesby. She's got establishment support and is willing to take more FOP money than all other candidates combined this cycle, but our campaign has done something remarkable. We’ve got more cash on hand than she does. That’s right, with 42 days to go we’ve got an upper hand on cash. Not much, but more. That’s because of the support of people like you. I’ve put my own money into this – $100,000 – and that’s because I know we can win. We need your help now – pedal to the metal – because this race is winnable. They’ve got the corporations and police union; we’ve got the people. Individuals from across Philly and the country believe in transformational changes like a public bank and a Controller who isn’t beholden to special interests, who is willing to do the necessary things like audit and subpoena law enforcement – because we know real community safety is only going to come with accountability for generation after generation of failed policies and bloated budgets. This is it. We can win. We need your help, right now. We’re ahead in money, but they’re paying attention and they want to blow that deficit up. We can’t let that happen. Join us! Donate today and let’s win this thing. Donate Now Alexandra Hunt Democrat for City Controller     Alexandra Hunt is a public health researcher, a girls’ soccer coach, an advocate for social, racial, economic, and environmental justice, and a community organizer. She's the daughter of two teachers and a sister to a twin brother with a learning disability. Seeing the systemic obstacles her brother faced inspired Alexandra to become an advocate and challenge barriers on the basis of race, gender, class, and ability. Now, Alexandra's running to be the Philly's next City Controller because the people in Philly work too hard for too little. And right now, line items in budgets create lines for food and health care. It's time to elect a City Controller who is going to prioritize the needs of the communities Philly's money comes from. Contribute Paid for by Friends of Alexandra Hunt FOLLOW ALEXANDRA ON Alexandra M. Hunt | 4615 Jeannes Court, Philadelphia, PA 19129 Unsubscribe [email protected] Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by [email protected] in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!
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