Dear Gregg GOPers,
It has come to our attention that organizations outside of your Gregg County Republican Party have been calling and/or emailing you asking for donations. Some have been claiming to be “your local party,” “your local Republican party,” or other statements claiming and/or implying to represent the Republican Party of Gregg County, Texas (RPGC).
At this time, the RPGC is not engaged in any phone or email-based fundraising campaign.* If any organization claims to represent, be working on behalf of, or to be the RPGC, that claim is false.
Donations made to an organization other than the RPGC are not sent to your Gregg County Republican Party, whether they were given to the Republican Party of Texas, the National Republican Party, or any conservative and/or Republican-affiliated organization. The only way the RPGC receives your donations is when you donate directly to us.
We are currently looking into these outside organizations raising funds in the name of the Gregg County Republican Party, and we hope to have more information soon. In the meantime, if you receive a phone call, email, or other communication from anyone other than the Gregg County Republican Party, and they explicitly or implicitly claim to be working for the RPGC, such claims should be disregarded. Furthermore, any funds given to them will not be transferred to the RPGC.
We apologize for any confusion.
Keith Rothra, Chairman
* UPDATE (4/8/2011, 10:30 PM): The RPGC will be sending a fundraising letter through postal mail on Monday, April 11, 2011.
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