From Carl DeMaio <[email protected]>
Subject terrible news
Date November 13, 2019 3:52 AM
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John -- fresh polling in our race now shows there is now a significant risk that two Democrat candidates could potentially win the top two spots in the primary election and shut the Republicans out of the runoff and steal what is supposed to be a safe GOP seat!

24%  Carl DeMaio (R)
22%  Ammar Campa-Najar (D)
20%  Doug Applegate (D)
15%  Duncan Hunter (R)
9%    Darrell Issa (R)
10%  Other/Undecided

The poll also shows in the runoff I am beating Democrat Campa-Najar 56% to 39%. But to save this seat we MUST win the Primary!

To do that we MUST consolidate more of the Republican vote as soon as possible - and we are adding a two week intense Republican voter outreach program to our campaign plan. But I need the resources immediately to do that!

I cannot stress enough: we face a disaster if the GOP gets shut out in this seat. Can you contribute ANYTHING today?

Remember: Democrat turnout in March will be higher because of the contested Presidential race making their share of the vote much more volatile. We MUST have the resources to compete!

More importantly, we cannot wait for the old-guard establishment leaders in the CA Republican Party to sort out this mess. IT IS UP TO YOU AND OUR MOVEMENT TO LEAD THE WAY!

Please help out today by giving us the resources we need ASAP.


Carl DeMaio

PS: Please get a friend or two to contribute! We rely on supporters like you telling friends about our campaign to bring new fighters into our movement! If you ask 5 friends for just $5 each, they usually do that and more. Have them use this link.

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