I just got an email from local politician Dan Carter of the Connecticut legislature:
Dan Carter <email@example.com>
12:25 PM (53 minutes ago)
Lars, I hope this email finds you well!
I am running for another term as representative in the State Legislature. While I am not your representative, I do represent Newtown. If you are happy with the job I am doing, I could really use your support.
I am having a fund raiser at the Putnam House in Bethel this Thursday, May 22nd, from 6pm to 8pm. Please reply to this email with an RSVP or regrets.
If you can’t make it, I have attached a contribution form that you could mail in, or you can use the link at the end of this email to contribute online. The maximum contribution I can accept is $100 per person, but any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to serving you for another two years.
State Representative, 2nd District
Thanks for contacting me on the matter of begging for my money.
I’ve never heard of you and don’t know the first thing about the job you’ve been doing. Please help me make up my mind whether or not to part with my hard earned money for your benefit by answering the following questions short and to the point. Any attempt at evasive, vacuous politician speech will be dismissed and I will double my contribution and give it to your opponent regardless of who that might be.
How did you vote on the changes to our gun legislation post Sandy Hook, and, regardless of how you voted, how do you feel about the manner in which the law was passed?
Looking forward to your prompt and sincere reply.
Lars Dahl, concerned citizen and voter.
I will update when/if I get a reply.