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Jeff Doctor Letter to the Native American Community

Friends,

On behalf of all my fellow Native American communities, I, Jeff Doctor, am running for the U.S Congressional seat in the 9th District of North Carolina. I represent the Tonawanda Band of the Seneca Tribe. As a child growing up in Eden, New York – just outside of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, I’ve adopted values and principles from my family members and friends who lived on the Reservation and surrounding areas.

I am the only Native American running in the United States this election cycle, and I have already started picking up some key national endorsements such as the National Indian Gaming Association.

As your future Congressman, I will also focus in on advocating for the rights of Native Americans in my district and everywhere else in this country. We have seen far too few of our fellow Native Americans serve in Congress. I believe it is long past time to change that equation. You will have no greater advocate in the United States Congress if I am elected.

I need your help to make this happen. I can, and I will, win this race but I can’t succeed successfully without your support and financial contributions. A Native American tribe can contribute $2400 per election cycle (primary and general election periods) for $4800 total. Individuals can also contribute $2400 per election cycle, for $4800 total. I would ask you to please consider contributing $2400 from your tribe, or a personal contribution to the Doctor for Congress Campaign today.

Best regards,

Jeff Doctor

For more information on Jeff Doctor’s campaign, please visit:
www.JeffDoctorforCongress.com