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Sheriff Candidate Roger Wildey CSPOA Oath Keeper Needs Your Help To Win!

We have a Constitutional Sheriff running in Santa Cruz CA
that has been fully vetted by liberty/Ron Paul supporters.
His name is Roger Wildey and he has 34 years experience as a
Sheriff. He is CSPOA Oathkeeper and we need some help!

He has signed Sheriff Richard Macks Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers
Association (CSPOA) Resolution. (candidates For Office section)
http://cspoa.org/cspoa-jan-2014-resolution/

This is the first time in 20 years we are actually going to
get to vote as the last 3 Sheriffs would pass the reins through
appointments and other assorted shenanigans.

It's a 3-way race and all we have to do is stop the hand picked
candidate (Hart) from getting 51% of the vote in our primary on
June 3rd and then we can nail him to the wall in Nov...
The campaign is running out of money for signs and banners-but the good news is that lots of people are asking for them! We only have 3 weeks left and we need help getting his signs up all over the county NOW.

Anything will help...$5.00 $10.00 $20.00 or whatever you can afford upto $400.00 which is the limit for our Sheriff campaign.

Please help us stop this hand picked corrupt machine candidate.
This is for our last campaign advertising blitz to push us over the top.

http://www.rogerwildeyforsheriff.com/

Donate here:
http://www.rogerwildeyforsheriff.com/donate/



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$5 donation

Watched the forums last night. Best of luck!!

Remember I got a campaign going on too: http://www.dailypaul.com/318734/vote-local-vote-jack-707-mon...

http://votejack.org

Jack Wagner

Been watching this one

Help if you can.

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"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine

ps. He has a Real Chance!

Wildey received over 60% in the online Santa Cruz Sentinel Newspaper poll last week- but they aren't advertising the results!