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Austin American-Statesman: Medina "money bomb" set to ignite!

By Kate Alexander | Monday, February 1, 2010, 04:39 PM

Volunteers with Debra Medina’s campaign for governor are setting off a “money bomb” on Tuesday aiming to raise a large amount of money from a lot of small donors on a single day.

This event is pegged to the Feb. 2 anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican-American War in 1848.

Organizer Anthony Reed, a city council member in Haltom City near Fort Worth, said that date marked a key moment in history for Texas sovereignty, a central message in Medina’s campaign.

“People like to see what they can do together as a team,” said Reed, adding that the goal is to get more than 1,000 donations Tuesday.

Medina’s previous money bombs — on Oct. 2 and Dec. 29 — brought in about $20,000 on each of those days, which were the top fund-raising dates for the campaign, finance records show.


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they forgot about January 20 Money Bomb

on Daily Paul that day she raised 20,000$
and the next day she got only 7,000$ which means she got about 13,000$ from the Daily Paul community that she would otherwise not have received.

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