Conway sends e-mail to supporters asking to help retire campaign debt
11/18/2010 12:49 PM
Two weeks after losing in his bid to become Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator, Jack Conway is asking his supporters for more money to pay off his campaign’s debt.
In an e-mail blast titled “I still need you,” Conway, the current attorney general in Kentucky, told his supporters that his campaign still owes debts for get out the vote efforts and radio ads. The e-mail did not say how much money was owed.
“Over the last frenetic week of our campaign, we were forced to spend a little more money than we raised,” Conway writes the e-mail.
The e-mail also alludes to a re-election run for Conway as attorney general in 2011.
“Your contribution will help us turn the page on 2010 so we can keep fighting for the principles of our Democratic party in 2011,” Conway says in the e-mail. “With so many serious issues still facing the Commonwealth and our nation, I plan to continue to fight for accountability and common sense government.”
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