Sunday, July 20, 2014

Stand up to forced unionism

From The National Right To Work Committee:

I have some urgent news.

My staff just informed me that one of our new National Right to Work Committee TV ads, this one targeting Democratic Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR), is through the editing stage and ready to launch.

I'll give you a link in just a second.

But first, you need to know the union bosses have caught wind of our efforts to make Right to Work a top issue in the 2014 elections -- and they're planning payback.

In fact, Fox News recently reported that Big Labor is "looking for revenge" and preparing to unleash their forced-dues warchest through a tidal wave of negative, vicious attack ads across the country in their drive to crush their pro-Right to Work political adversaries in 2014.

And Big Labor’s go-to-guy -- Harry Reid -- is prepared to unleash his power as Senate Majority Leader to aid their efforts as he's faced with the threat of losing his majority in the U.S. Senate.

If we don't act NOW, all the work you and I have put in to make Michigan, Wisconsin, and Indiana Right to Work states could go up in smoke -- unless we get a roll-call vote on the National Right to Work Act.

Since most Americans oppose Big Labor's forced-unionism powers, a public debate on a National Right to Work law is Big Labor's worst nightmare.

Because time is of the essence, I had an emergency meeting with my advisors and analysts and crunched the numbers of what it will take to generate a nationwide public debate on the issue of forced unionism.

That's why your National Right to Work Committee devised a state-of-the-art grassroots mobilization program called the "Election Year TV Ad Blitz" with the goal of raising $100,000 by Thursday, July 24 to generate a grassroots tidal wave of support for the National Right to Work Act.

And two generous supporters of Right to Work have agreed to help us get there by matching your contribution -- effectively tripling it! .

Given Big Labor’s renewed attack, your support at this time is critical.

So after you watch our new TV Ad by clicking on the image below, can I count on you to chip in with a donation of $50 to get this hard-hitting ad in front of millions of pro-Right to Work Americans?

As you know, our battles against Big Labor over the past two years -- including making the Big Labor stronghold of Michigan America’s 24th Right to Work state, has all but drained us of our funds.

We're depending on you to help us raise $100,000 by Thursday, July 24 to launch an all-out campaign to shine a bright public spotlight on the forced-unionism issue.

These hard-hitting TV ads will shine the light of public opinion on fence-sitting Senators.

Just by mobilizing Americans on Right to Work, we can bring the forced-unionism issue to the forefront of the people's minds, and that in itself will increase the effectiveness of our 2014 election year voter education and mobilization program as we approach the November elections.

And you and I and the nearly 80% of pro-Right to Work Americans can derail Big Labor's political election year schemes.

Of course, the Committee cannot do any of this without your generous financial support.

Can I count on you to chip in $50 to help the Committee launch this crucial TV ad campaign?

If $50 is too much, will you consider a generous contribution of $25 or even $10?

I'm afraid if I don't receive an immediate influx of financial support, I won't be able to implement this aggressive plan to force a vote on a National Right to Work Act.

Please don't wait to give your contribution.

The Committee must have your donation by Thursday, July 24 in order to properly budget expenses for the fight.

If that doesn't happen, then Big Labor’s forced-dues BILLIONS may derail our National Right to Work Act without so much as a vote.

Sincerely,

Mark Mix

P.S. In fact, Fox News recently reported that Big Labor is "looking for revenge" and preparing to unleash their forced-dues warchest through a tidal wave of negative, vicious attack ads across the country in their drive to crush their pro-Right to Work political adversaries in 2014.

Since most Americans oppose Big Labor's forced-unionism powers, a public debate on a National Right to Work law is Big Labor's worst nightmare.

That's why the Committee is launching our "Election Year TV Ad Blitz" with the goal of raising $100,000 by Thursday, July 24.

So please chip in your most generous contribution of $50, $25 or $10 today.

And two generous supporters of Right to Work have agreed to help us get there by matching your contribution -- effectively tripling it!

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