Tuesday, April 25, 2006

What do you think, running mates? Should I give these guys a call?

Raj Bhakta from the "Apprentice" now to become Representative

Reply to: manjari@rajforcongress.com
Date: 2006-04-24, 11:42AM EDT

Become Part of Political and Television Documentary History

By winning his party’s nomination against all odds, he stunned the political establishment once, now he’s doing it again: Raj Peter Bhakta, the bow-tied star of Donald Trump’s “the Apprentice” is letting cameras where they’ve never been allowed before- on a political campaign!

Raj accepted the Philadelphia Republican nomination in a nationally publicized press conference last month that appeared in USA Today, Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Post, Forbes, CNN and MSNBC.

Now, Raj is seeking a stellar team of the nation’s best and brightest to become part of a made for television documentary about what a smart, young, dedicated and aggressive campaign team can do.

Do you think you have what it takes to win elections on the ground? Are you tired of politics as usual? Can you hold up under the spotlight of the camera? Can you deal with the media; design and implement a winning web strategy; work extreme grassroots; set up rallies with hundreds of voters and inspire volunteers?

Participants will be selected primarily from top colleges and universities on the basis of previous achievement, personal dynamism, energy and zeal for reform. Participants must be willing to dedicate themselves to the campaign on a full time basis over the summer. They will be paid a weekly stipend and be provided housing.

The top three performing volunteers will go to Washington with Raj. To join the team please call Raj at 215-628-4001 or email Manjari@rajforcongress.com

Paid for by Raj for Congress

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Let's face it, I'm a "little fish," Yet, I swim upstream often. And, I do like to reside in a clean, clear, setting where I'm willing and able to accept scrutiny -- yet alone the lights of the network TVs.

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