As Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala join the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign and Occupy Wall Street South in Charlotte, our TV ads are running right during the Democratic National Convention. We overcame resistance from Google to airing them. But we still need your support to keep them on the air. Please donate now!
You can see all four of our ads, beginning with "Enough!" and then continuing with three distinct versions of "What Green Means" here:
The timing is vital. The primary season ends on Thursday September 6th. This means that you only have until September 6th to get your contributions matched, dollar for dollar, up to $250, with federal matching funds. And this means that you only have until September 6th to donate the maximum allowable contribution of $2500.
Time is running short for another reason. Federal law requires that our matching funds monies be used in the primaries, by Thursday, and this means that we must pay for our cable and TV ads right now. Your donation right now makes all the difference.
Read on, below for details about how much we need to raise to reach your community:
We've raised $40,000 for these ads. If we succeed in raising another $40,000 (for a total of $80K) by Thursday, our ads will run in college town media markets from the Pacific to the Mississippi to the Atlantic. If we raise another $80,000 (for a total of $120K), we'll have viewership in medium sized cities of population 500,000 to 2 million. And if you help us raise another $160,000, we'll be on in at least a couple major metropolitan areas. The more money we raise, the higher chance that YOUR community will see one of these ads.
See the graph below to get a sense of how many college town, medium city, and major metro media markets we can reach at each level of fundraising. And please donate right now: http://www.JillStein.org/donate
Please donate right now: http://www.JillStein.org/donate. The more we raise, the more ads people will see, and the more we break through the noise of the political conventions. Let's crash the conventions!