Thank Senator Susan Collins for Confirming Justice Kavanaugh

Full-page ad in Portland Press Herald thanking Senator Collins for her vote

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In voting to confirm a highly-qualified, conservative nominee to the Supreme Court, Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine):

Stood up to angry protesters trying to physically intimidate her in the U.S. Capitol (

Withstood vile threats and vulgar insults on Twitter (

Refused to be influenced by radical leftists who raised over $3.5 million to give to her future Democrat opponent unless she voted against confirming Judge Kavanaugh (

Now, we need to stand with Senator Collins!

I can’t hope to counter the $3.5 million raised by left-wing activists out for revenge, but I can hope to raise $8,177 to purchase a full-page ad in the Portland Press Herald, one of the largest newspapers in Senator Collins’ home state of Maine, thanking her for her vote to confirm Justice Kavanaugh.

I’ve already had the ad, a copy of which appears above, professionally designed and it’s ready to send to the Portland Press Herald.  I hope you will join me in making a financial contribution to purchase the ad space and help me thank Senator Collins for her courage and her vote.

Here’s how it works.  Make your donation today, but your credit card won’t be charged until we hit the campaign goal of $8,177.  Once I reach the goal, your card will be charged and I’ll book the ad space in the Portland Press Herald, where the ad will be seen by 69,000 Mainers.  If I don’t reach the goal within 15 days, you won’t be charged and the hold placed on your card will disappear.

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Jarret Scottsdale, Arizona

Principal at Golden Barrel Advisors, LLC; Co-Founder and Board Member at PostBidShip, Inc.
Software entrepreneur. Conservative. Proud Arizona Wildcat and Tulane Green Wave alum.