Remember Tree Of Life

Goal thermometer

A hideous attack on worshipers at a synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct 27, 2018.


What better way to honor them than to support Jewish candidates in competitive must win races.


There are more Jewish candidates than these. However, these are in the sweet spot between shoe-in (like say Adam Schiff) and no realistic chance.


@NaphiSoc at twitter will match up to $500 to these 9 (chai/2) candidates but BY Friday Nov 2 Noon PST. Time is running out!


==>100%<== goes to straight candidates authorized campaigns; no PACs or middle men

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