Bill Cook Fundraiser | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

      "I am having another fundraiser for my election to Senate District 1. Please come or just donate to Committee to Elect Bill Cook. My campaign fund is still low after running that primary race. I won decisively with your help but it took all of my campaign funds. Now I am running against a true Democrat who is a wealthy realtor in Dare County. He has about $50,000 in his campaign. I currently have about $12,000. I can win this election. I have no doubt. However I will need at least $50,000 or more. I have a winning message but if I don’t have the money to get it heard by the voters, it does little good. I am very grateful to those of you who donated to my last fundraiser. However I need your support again.

    I am knocking on doors and telephoning folks almost every day and the majority of the folks that I meet say they will vote for me. However I can’t win only with knocking on doors and phone calls. Please help. Can you afford a donation of $100 or $200? The cost of freedom is not free. This election is in your hands. Now is the time to stand up and be involved. Together we can win this election or we can let the Democrats buy it.

    Please come."

    Please come."
          --- Bill Cook

Bill Cook speaking to a group of interested citizens at Beaufort County Community College in April, 2012: Above.     photo by Stan Deatherage

Bill Cook for Senate Fundraiser

On The Waterfront Restaurant
At the end of Market St. in Washington NC

6:30 PM     Tuesday, September 4th    
Dinner and Beverage

$200 Host, $100 Sponsor, $50 for Meal

Mail checks to Committee to Elect Bill Cook
Include Name, Address, Occupation & Employer

   PO Box 267
   Chocowinity, NC 27817

For questions answered, call: (252) 946 5876 Bill Cook for Senate Fundraiser
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