The transparent fundraising techniques (aka the “money bomb”) pioneered by Ron Paul are slowly starting to be adopted by candidates for lower offices.  Murray Sabrin is currently running a “money bomb” on his site in an attempt to pay down the debt he incurred running in the Republican primary for the right to face New Jersey Senator Dick Durbin.  As you’ll see, Murray is trying to raise $175,000 by tomorrow.


Obviously, it doesn’t look like he is going to reach his goal.  Trying to raise money to retire a debt doesn’t exactly inspire the way raising money for a candidate that is still running would.  Still interesting to see that Paul’s tactics are tickling down.

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