It's not often that we have a member of the ocean community - a friend we've worked with shoulder to shoulder - decide to run for Congress. With Corry Westbrook, we have that opportunity today. Corry has addressed fisheries conservation, ocean acidification, offshore clean energy and threatened species, and now she wants to do so as a member of Congress.
So we're asking all of our friends to give "Five for Florida" by contributing $5 to Corry's campaign. For just $5, you can help launch Corry's campaign and start building the momentum she needs to challenge incumbent Bill Posey in Florida's 8th district.
If you live near D.C., please join us Wednesday at the Mott House as we host a fundraiser to help our friend!
Ocean Champions PAC
Cordially Invites You
to attend an ocean reception in support of the election of
FL - 8th District
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
The Mott House
122 Maryland Avenue NE, Washington, DC
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Host Committee (in formation):
Ellen Bolen • Sarah Chasis • Patrick Collins • Sean Cosgrove
Lee Crockett • Mike Dunmyer • Marty Hayden • Rich Innes
LCV Action Fund • Kristen Miller • Rob Moir • Steve Roady
Cindy Shogun • Scott Slesinger • Jeff Watters • Sandra Whitehouse
David Wilmot • Emily Woglom
Suggested Contribution Levels:
If you have any questions, or to RSVP, please contact Corry Westbrook at
P.S. If you can’t attend the event you can still support Corry’s campaign by donating through this link!
Contributions or gifts to Corry Westbrook for Congress are not tax deductible.
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Individuals may contribute a maximum of $5,200 - $2,600 for the Primary election and $2,600 for the General election. Multi-candidate PACs may give a maximum of $10,000 - $5,000 for the Primary election and $5,000 for the General election.