From David Kim For Congress <[email protected]>
Subject Don’t forget to join David Kim, Andrew Yang & CLARA for a special virtual brunch
Date October 1, 2020 11:01 PM
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When was the last time you had brunch? Last week? Last month? Or are
you a true breakfast hound who had brunch just this morning?   
Even if you somehow don’t like brunch, you may want to start.
Because we have a virtual brunch lineup that is going to knock your
mimosas right off the table.   
This Sunday, October 4th starting at 10:45 am, congressional candidate
David Kim is hosting a brunch with none other than Andrew Yang (former
Presidential candidate, founder of Humanity Forward) and musical
artist CLARA.
  I'm sold. Sign me up!
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We’ll be talking about the importance of downballot candidates, the
reasons why this race is both so important and winnable, and how we
can impact our community’s future from the House of
Representatives.   
We’ll also have a musical performance by CLARA, a live art auction,
AND a surprise guest. This event will be PURE. FUN.    
Because even if you don’t like brunch, you’re bound to love the
rest of this. 
RSVP TODAY
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Practicing our egg flips, 
Team David Kim
 
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