If you are a US citizen, but for some reason would prefer that your name not be reported to the Federal Election Commission, or any other federal agency, here is an option:

While we would prefer that as many US citizens has possible donate directly to "Jim Condit Jr. for Congress 2006" so we can put the money straight into the radio ads, we respect that there are good reasons why some do not want to have their name reported to the Federal Election Commission, or any other federal agency. In such cases, the person's contribution cannot be used for campaign radio ads, but it can be put to good use.

Therefore, here are some alternative ways to help the vital year-round educational and organizational efforts of Jim Condit Jr., which includes teaching people how to run for office, how to use the Reasonable Access Law to get candidate ads on major radio and TV stations, how to make one's influence felt through the precinct system, and how to help in the fight to restore open, honest, machine-free elections.

1. A gift of anywhere from $1 to $10,000 can be given by one US citizen to another without any paper work or any reporting requirements on by either the donor or the recipient. To exercise this option, you can make a gift to "Jim Condit Jr." by marking "gift" on the left hand bottom corner of the check. The money will be used to push the fight forward in the best way we know how.

2. Donate to Golden Rule Foundation, a tax deductible gift; mail to PO Box 11339, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211.

3. Make a one time contribution online here: Network America -- your contribution will be translated into educational newsletters as well as serve other important non-campaign purposes year round; to use regular mail to contribute to Network America, mail to: PO Box 11339, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211.

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