Revolution PAC Targeting 200,000 “Supervoters”

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Amid Ron Paul’s rising poll numbers, super PAC hits early states with direct mail campaign.

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Clearly, Dr. Paul is positioned for a strong showing in both Iowa and New Hampshire. Our Supervoter campaign will certainly influence the outcome there. We’re already looking ahead, in fact, to South Carolina, Florida and Nevada.

In a message to supporters Wednesday, Revolution PAC announced its first targeted direct mail campaign. The initiative is aimed at reaching active and informed Republican primary and caucus goers – or “supervoters” – in the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire.

The committee, which supports Rep. Ron Paul for president, set an initial goal of funding the first $36,000, 30,000-piece batch by Friday. A ticker at the dedicated Supervoter Bomb website registers fundraising progress.

“Timing for this project could not be better,” explains Revolution PAC Creative Director Chris Rye. “Ron Paul this week is in a dead heat for first place among Republican contenders in Iowa and is polling second – at 17 percent – in New Hampshire.”

Included in the “Supervoter Bomb” mass mailing will be RonPaulProducts.com's “Super Brochure,” a copy of the "For Liberty Re-cut" DVD and a personalized letter from New York Times best-selling author and Honorary Revolution PAC Chairman Tom Woods.

“Clearly, Dr. Paul is positioned for a strong showing in both Iowa and New Hampshire,” continues Rye. “Our Supervoter campaign will certainly influence the outcome there. We’re already looking ahead, in fact, to South Carolina, Florida and Nevada.”

The Iowa Caucus is set for January 3 and the New Hampshire Primary, January 10.

Revolution PAC is supporting Ron Paul’s consistent, constitutional message with targeted TV advertising, direct mail campaigns and innovative Web promotions complemented by billboards and radio ads in key primary states. Unlimited donations by individuals, businesses and organizations are being accepted by Revolution PAC to support that effort.

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