Below is one of many pieces of proof I did my best to invite all sides to the February 2020 United America Candidate Forum in Monument, Colorado.
“United America” 2/22 Presidential + Senate + House Candidate Forum
Bill Hammons email@example.com
Wed, Jan 22, 10:26 AM
to info, Eric, bcc: rkeltie
Don & Staff,
At their suggestion, I’m working with a local Chamber of Commerce here in the Pikes Peak region of Colorado to hold a non-partisan Senatorial and US House candidate forum on Washington’s Birthday, Saturday, February 22nd with the theme “United Colorado”. This will be an a.m. / early afternoon event.
I had multiple US Senate candidates confirm overnight in addition to House, and we’re now looking to cover all Federal levels. Therefore I’m contacting you to ask if you would be willing to speak as a Presidential candidate and introduce the event with a brief (5 minute) address on, in light of Washington’s birthday and his very pertinent Farewell Address, the theme of “United America” (if you and possibly other Presidential candidates agree to make an appearance, we’ll expand the theme of the event from “United Colorado” to “United America”).
As I’m sure you’re already well aware, voting for the crucial Colorado primary begins less than 48 hours after this event, and the venue currently being eyed is in Monument, Colorado, within sight of Pikes Peak, inspiration for the song “America the Beautiful” (yes, it all comes together quite nicely).
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Don Blankenship firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed, Jan 22, 10:22 PM
Bill. Currently I am scheduled to speak in Nevada that evening at a Nevada Constitution Party meeting, otherwise I would accept. The Nevada commitment has been in place for a few months. Thanks for inviting me. Wish I could be there. Don
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