Fundraiser — April 24, 2012 at 6:53 am

Day 2: Second quarter fundraising drive – Did we mention you could win an iPod Nano?


Support your local progressive political bloggers

So, here’s something interesting: as of about two weeks ago Eclectablog officially has a lower Alexa rating than Michigan Radio. What does that mean? It means that our blog is actually more popular than one of the top news sites in Michigan. That’s a pretty amazing achievement and it’s done by a staff of two (with some serious behind-the-scenes support from Ms. Eclectablog and Ms. LOLGOP.)

Here you’ll get breaking news on what’s happening around Michigan.

Here you’ll get cutting edge information about what’s happening in the 2012 presidential election.

Here you get news and commentary from around the country all in one place. We read all those websites and newspapers so you don’t have to.

It’s all done without pay. We do it because it’s important to us and we think it’s important to you.

Would you be willing to drop a few dollars in our tip jar to show just how important what we offer is?

To help give you a nudge, any contribution of $25 or more received by Monday, April 30th will be entered in a drawing for a brand new iPod Nano or one of five Barack Obama photomosaic posters (view the poster HERE) signed by the artist, Anne C. Savage.

If you think what we do is important and valuable and worth being compensated for, please consider making a donation today. You can use the Paypal link in this post or, if you’d prefer to send a check in the mail, contact me using the link at the top left hand side of the page and I’ll send you information on how to do that.

If you can’t afford a donation but still want to help, you can still help us out by spreading the word about Eclectablog. Share our articles on Facebook, Twitter and your other favorite social media sites. Follow Eclectablog and LOLGOP on Twitter. Like the Eclectablog Facebook page. Don’t keep us to yourself!

Thanks for all of your support,
Chris & LOLGOP

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