We fell in love with him for his honorable (though difficult) decision to take “No Money from No Body“, now he needs “Mo’ Money from Mo’ Bodies”. I was asked to post on this by a good friend, but didn’t get a chance to before Jeff “Scoop” Coryell got to it. Yellow Dog Sammy tells us:

September 30th is a reporting deadline for campaign contributions, so Congressional challengers should be focusing their time and attention this week on raising as much early campaign cash as possible. A strong campaign fund-raising report now means enhanced credibility and momentum going forward, which translates into better fund-raising down the road. In other words, now is the time to collect critical seed money for the campaign ahead.

Former state appellate judge Bill O’Neill (D-South Russell), taking on entrenched incumbent Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-Chagrin Falls) in the 14th Ohio Congressional District, understands this very well. He is having a major fund-raising event at Lakeland Community College, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, Ohio this Saturday, September 29th, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Highlighting the event are special guests Gov. Ted Strickland (D) and Lt Gov. Lee Fisher (D). That will be an exciting campaign reunion, since O’Neill (then a candidate for Ohio Supreme Court) traveled the state with those two and the other statewide Democratic candidates during the wildy successful “Dream Team” bus tour in August, 2006.

If you have an appetite for change on the political scene, this is an important race for you — and now is definitely the time for you to help O’Neill out. The suggested donation for students and union members is $25, and for everyone else starts at $100 per guest (or $175 per couple). Higher levels are $150/$250 for “Patrons” and $300/$500 for “Friends.” Event organizers Terry and Janet Carson ask that attendees start by making a contribution through O‘Neill’s ActBlue page, and they will then contact you before the event. Questions may be directed to Janet Carson at carsontrry-at-yahoo-dot-com.

Sorry, YDS, for janking the whole post. Thought it important enough to echo.

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