Letter to Student voters

From: SmithieForPresident

To: Student voters, Graduates and first time Voters,

Dear Student voter,

Thank you for your support so far. And thank you again, in anticipation of gaining your vote on election day.

I got into this race because I was impressed by what Mitt Romney did for students – through funding for education, healthcare and general welfare of students as governor of Massachusetts. Back then I wasn’t sure how far we were going to go with this campaign… but the result is obvious now, your support got me into the electoral college and I am on the general election ticket as your preferred choice for president.

Your priorities are my priority. Your concerns are mine. As much as I believe student loans should not be accumulating interest while students’ are still in school, I also believe a fresh graduate’s credit check should not be used as a means for denying gainful employment.

So far so good, our message of policy change and serious rethink about local and domestic American issues are being heard now, but as president, I will work to make sure other issues affecting students and young graduates are reviewed and brought into the 21st century.

I need your votes to make all these possible. Please go out, offer to ride share ride in the community (if you have the means) get first time voters to vote and help those that are limited by work schedules to make it to the ballot.

Vote SmithieForPresident and I will do my best to address the general decline of students’ school life and safety in the academic environment.

Thank you for giving us this opportunity.


Abbey S. Laurel-Smith (SmithieForPresident)

ReBuildUSAtoday and The PILGRIMS Alliance party of America

Please feel free to pass on this message to fellow Women, Veterans, family, colleagues and co-workers. And if you’d like to become more familiar with further campaign issues, our apps are now available for download in the Apple store.


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