$100,115 has been raised so far, again considering the $150 cap (and not everybody is giving that I’m sure) this has been pretty impressive.  Any donation helps.  I remember listening to a radio interview with Meg Stapleton, the SarahPAC spokesperson.  She shared how people were even sending in $5 saying that was all they could do at the time, but they’d do more later if they could.  In my fundraising experience I can tell you that all donations count and they all help no matter how big or small.

Conservatives4Palin.com’s Day 5 video reminds us of the dreaded Arctic Cat-coatgate.

Some are trying to resurrect that, and unfortunately if that happens that will run up more legal fees.

Anyway you can donate to The Alaska Fund Trust, and then be sure to let Conservatives4Palin.com know by sending an email to webathon@conservatives4palin.com.

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