Kick off the New Year by Helping to Re-Elect Libertarian Ed Coleman!

Dear Friends and Supporters,

In this coming year, I will face a serious challenge: Maintaining my seat as a City-Councilor in Indianapolis. I currently have served as an at-large city-county councilor since 2007, and it has been a privilege to serve over a million citizens. In 2009, I made the decision to leave the Republican Party for the Libertarian Party.

The Marion County Republican party has spent the last four years giving welfare to major corporations, denying the second amendment rights all Indianapolis citizens are due, and punishing those within their party that dare to speak up for principle.It was easier to fight for libertarian principles as single voice on the council than it was to continually be silenced for the principles on which I stand.

I’ve been a consistent voice against the Republican majority’s policies of bailouts for the CIB, a $30 million dollar bailout for the Pacers, the creation of new government controlled monopolies benefiting special interests, and keeping taxes low.

I need your help to get this message out.

1. Please talk to your friends and neighbors about what’s taking place in Indianapolis. Nothing highlights the falsehood of the Republican Party’s message like this current administration.

2. Please join my campaign’s facebook page for updates: Please share it with your facebook friends to spread the word.

3. I need your financial support.

We can make significant gains with a good ground game. We need yard signs, stickers, printed literature, and other items to arm our volunteers that step up to canvass neighborhoods in the coming months. I humbly ask for your support.

Please consider a contribution of $100, $50, $25 or more today. A donation of $50 will buy over 45 yard signs! If 5 people donate $100, we can finish the work on our brand new website.

You can donate at my website: Now is our time to advance to the next level as a political movement. Let’s take advantage of this moment, and return our government to common sense.

Have a Happy New Year,
Ed Coleman

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