Did you receive your invitation from Mark Meadows to attend his fundraiser?  Below is the information.

Below is a personal invitation to a reception this Saturday, July 15 from 4:00-5:30 pm. I hope you will join Debbie and me at Rachel and Herbert Pair’s home in Knightdale to show your support for my campaign and the work I’m doing.

As you know, it has been a busy six months in Washington, and while we have made some progress, there is a lot of work to be done. At this event, I look forward to sharing stories about recent debates, outlining my vision for the next two years, and explaining how I plan to uphold the promises I made all North Carolinians.

In Washington, I strive to be a voice for my district and conservatives nationwide. I have the honor of chairing the Freedom Caucus, the most conservative caucus in the House fighting for freedom. We are working to ensure we repeal Obamacare and replace it with a market-based solution. We must pass tax reform, change the way government spends, and control the debt – only this will unleash the American economy. To most effectively promote these messages, I need your support.

Here’s why your contribution matters: With the ongoing battle in Washington and my Democrat challenger stoking his fired-up base, it is imperative we have the resources necessary to get our message out. We cannot count on the mainstream media to effectively convey the work we are doing or to give me a fair hearing in my re-election campaign.

I hope you will stand with me by making a contribution and attending the event on the 15th. Even if you cannot attend, I hope you will consider making a contribution through this link. Some things are worth fighting for, and I need your help to continue fighting back against the status quo.

Yours truly,

Mark Meadows

Member of Congress (NC-11)

I have personally asked to meet with him to discuss a variety of issues.  The answer has always been no.  So my question to him is pretty much summed up by this sign at a local fundraiser in Brevard.

Why do we have to pay to talk to you?