Tom hoefling's Front Porch Campaign to save America
A message from Tom
My fellow Americans,
I don't want your money. I want your support.
Once upon a time in America, in a much better time, presidential campaigns were run very differently. Candidates didn't campaign. Supporters did.
Candidates managed their affairs, and communicated with the nation, from their front porch.
Today, with our modern technology, it's even easier. Supporters don't have to travel hundreds or thousands of miles to speak with the candidate. They can simply do it via phone or the internet.
This is the way I've run my two previous presidential efforts, in 2012 and 2016. It worked marvelously well. But, now, it makes more sense than ever, in the midst of the Covid-19 scare. Ironically, this year, even the candidates of the so-called "major" parties are being compelled to do politics our way, instead of theirs.
In 1896, William McKinley never left his front porch, and yet he won the presidency. His opponent, William Jennings Bryan, wore himself out traveling the country for months, and giving more than 600 speeches, but, in the end, it was all for naught.
Stay tuned as we ramp up the campaign. Our commitment is to create as many opportunities as possible for citizens to hear from me, and for me to hear from the citizens.
For Life, Liberty, and the Constitution,