Revolution PAC Multimedia Direct Mailer Hits Iowa

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Committee to elect Rep. Ron Paul reaches out to 127,000 Iowa Caucus supervoters.

Supervoter Brochure

This unique mailing will certainly stand out from the typical postcards and letters voters are used to receiving just before an election.

Just ahead of the January 3 Republican Caucuses, 127,000 Iowa residents can expect to open their mailboxes to something different from Revolution PAC. The super committee to elect Rep. Ron Paul president has finalized its $80,000 multimedia direct mail purchase targeting Iowa supervoters, those who have voted in both the 2008 and 2010 caucuses.

Included in the Supervoter mass mailing is an overscale color, four-fold brochure; a "For Liberty Re-cut" Virtual DVD; and a personalized letter from New York Times best-selling author and honorary Revolution PAC Chairman Tom Woods.

“This unique mailing will certainly stand out from the typical postcards and letters voters are used to receiving just before an election,” says Revolution PAC Creative Director Chris Rye. “Ron Paul has an incomparable message, and we aimed to convey that with our distinct and dynamic voter information package.”

Rye adds, “Without the generosity of our donors, this project never would have happened.” RevPAC donors raised the money within 10 days mid-November to fund the initiative.

A total of 117,000 Republican and 10,000 independent Iowa supervoters will receive Revolution PAC’s standard mailing – a Supervoter brochure, Tom Woods letter and "For Liberty Re-cut" Virtual. A hand selected number of 350 Iowa Republican leaders will receive an actual copy of the DVD.

“Now that he’s dominating poll after poll, political observers can no long deny Ron Paul’s Iowa appeal,” notes Revolution PAC Chairman Gary Franchi. “We’re confident that our direct mail investment, among other Iowa initiatives, will help put Dr. Paul over the top on January 3.”

A recent TeleResearch Poll shows Ron Paul firmly in first place among Republican contenders in Iowa when crossover voters are included in the sample.

Rep. Paul also continues to measure up well to Barack Obama in Iowa in head-to-head matchups. According to an NBC-Marist survey conducted Nov. 27-29 among 2,896 registered voters, Paul ties Obama, with each candidate garnering 42 percent of the vote. Paul’s Republican rivals fare significantly worse against the presumed Democrat nominee.

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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