From David Kim For Congress <[email protected]>
Subject How would you spend your moneybomb?
Date July 17, 2020 3:29 PM
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Universal Basic Income, Freedom Dividend, whatever we want to call it,
the idea of a foundational income for all has been around since our
country was founded.
What do Martin Luther King, Elon Musk, President Nixon, and the
conservative Cato Institute all have in common? Liberal, conservative,
it doesn’t matter—support for basic income transcends political
boundaries. Over 1,000 economists from over 125 universities,
including Nobel Prize winners, agree that our society needs a better
backstop.
Congressional candidate David Kim is bringing universal basic income
front and center in California’s 34th district: 
* $1,000 to every person, every month
* Stacking on top of existing benefits, not replacing them
* Giving citizens less time battling bureaucracy, and more time to
pursue work
But to win the chance to get you your moneybomb, David’s going to
need his own.
Donate $3
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Defeating a corporate-funded incumbent takes every last dollar,
especially when running a grassroots movement. David doesn’t take
money from special interests. He relies on the people he serves.
So help us build our moneybomb. Donate a dollar, donate a tweet. Every
little step moves us forward into a more equitable future.
 
Donate @ davidkim2020.com/moneybomb
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Tweet: #KimMoneyBomb
 
Bringing basic income to a government near you,
Team David Kim
Candidate for Congress CA-34, Los Angeles, CA
www.davidkim2020.com
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