Making a donation to someone else's campaign is the only way to guarantee you could end up getting nothing for something.

It's true - every candidate needs money in order to campaign. But, I'm not a politician. I prefer participating in a free-market economy and providing you with something of value whenever possible.

So, don't just donate - buy something really cool (and really overpriced). At the very least, there's no other political campaign like mine and any profits will be reinvested right back into the Squires for Congress campaign.

Go nuts!

Don't just give away your hard-earned money. Instead, buy something.



Sure, it would be easy to just slap a 'donate' button all over this site and accept free money. But, this is better because it does more than just support the Squires for Congress campaign. It puts people to work:

  • Designers are designing the products

  • People are fulfilling orders and managing logistics

  • Customer service reps are customer service repping

In fact, when you buy Squires for Congress merch, you're doing more than getting some sweet swag in exchange for products whose profits will go right back into the Squires for Congress campaign. You're:

  • Helping the economy

  • Supporting the employment of people who make the products

  • Supporting the employment of people who deliver the products

  • Giving Squires for Congress volunteers (many of whom don't have an extensive/established resume) the professional workplace experience of managing a small, virtual business​

When I'm your congressman, I'll continually come up with create ways (like this) to create business opportunities rather than just asking you for your money.


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  • I am not a federal government contractor​

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