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Okay, so I used a cheap shot to get your attention, but in some respects, the title is accurate in that, Scott Kleeb's Campaign is branded.

As some of you may recall, we (and I say we, because I am working with the Kleeb campaign...Disclaimer complete) held a logo contest and the response was pretty amazing.

Over 100 people submitted work and we narrowed that group down to 10...then to four...and now we have THE WINNER!

Actually, we took parts of many of the designs and came up with the logo that is after the flip.....

Drum roll, please.........



Now that we have branded Scott, it’s time to put this brand to use.

Voters in Nebraska need to know much more about Scott's campaign. They need to know that Scott has united ranchers and environmentalists, young people and seniors, and Democrats, Independents, and Republicans.
They need to know that Scott is the candidate in this race who knows how hard it is to raise a family on a tight budget. They need to know that newspapers across Nebraska endorsed Scott during his historic 2006 congressional run.

They need to know that Scott's opponent in the Democratic primary, Tony Raimondo, was a proud Bush Republican until just 3 months ago. They need to know that he spent thousands of dollars to defeat Democrats around the country.  They need to know that Tony supported George Bush’s economic policies so strongly that the President nominated him to be his ""manufacturing czar".

Nebraskans hunger for change.  They’re ready to hear Scott's message.
With your help, they soon will.

And now for my pitch.

Check out the brand on the right...and help us heat that thing up today so that we can stamp Scott's message all across Nebraska.  

The Kleeb campaign has a modest end-of-the-quarter goal: to raise $25,000 before midnight on Monday.  I know we can do it.

Help us heat up our "branding iron" and track our progress towards $25,000!

Originally posted to NYBri Report on Fri Mar 28, 2008 at 11:59 AM PDT.

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