Contributions-Treasurer would help-website updateAdam Graham writes:
David, might be nice to let people know where they can send contributions.
Adam has a very good point, of course. As of this morning, I don't yet have a campaign bank account, but I do intend to get one-I need to seek the advice of a few political veterans today as to where the best place is to put your money that you might so graciously agree to contribute.
Nicole says she feels uncomfortable publishing our home address on the internet, since that is (as of this moment) the only place to mail contributions to. I share her concern because as we are all too sadly aware, there are people out there who might wish us ill, especially if this campaign actually takes off. More than that, though, I am afraid there are some lunatics who frequent the internet along with the teaming millions of decent human beings.
As soon as a campaign account is set up, you'll know about it. In the mean time, later today we'll set up a PayPal account where those who can do so will be able to donate and the money will be held in escrow until our campaign fund is formally set up.
All this talk about money reminds me that in this campaign, at this moment, I am the candidate, chairman, and treasurer. It would really help if we had someone come forward who could volunteer to serve as Campaign Treasurer. If you can do this, especially if you live in the 2nd Commission district, please send me an e-mail.
Nicole and I should have the campaign website set up in the next day or two-we are creating it by hand. As I write this, I am looking at some of the files that will be on the new site. AS soon as it is finished, the link will be posted here-feel free to pass it around!