The Next Step for Gov. Huckabee

Last night's Republican Presidential Debate at the Reagan Library was serious business. It was also a lot of fun.

Americans deserved a healthy debate, a serious exchange of ideas and a discussion of our Party's conservative principles. We took a step towards that. I was honored to participate and I can't wait for the next debate.

This weekend, I will head to New Hampshire to meet with voters, share with them my hopes and dreams for our great country and to get a little running in with former Congressman Jeb Bradley, friends and supporters at a 5K race in Somersworth.

Today, I would like you to consider making a contribution of of $25, $50, $75, $100, $500 or even $1,000.

It is imperative that we continue to build upon the momentum we are gaining in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and from last night's debate. Your support will be wisely invested in outreach efforts to voters that maxmize the impact of each dollar of your support. Help us prepare for the next step forward.

I know for some, these amounts might be too steep at this time. So instead I ask, that you consider showing your commitment with a contribution of $15, $10, $5 or even $3 (one dollar for Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina).

What's important at this time, is that we show a growing tide of support from Americans nationwide. So the amount you contribute isn't as important, as you contributing.

I have an optimistic vision for what America can become with the right leadership, a clear direction, and people who are willing to believe that the World War II generation doesn't have to be the last 'greatest generation.' I believe in the unlimited potential of the human spirit, a strong national defense, flatter and fairer taxes, and a government that allows the marketplace to regulate itself as much as possible to encourage and enhance free enterprise.

Wherever I go, this will be my message. So please consider taking a minute of your time and make a contribution in support of our campaign efforts.

Wih deep gratitude,

Mike Huckabee

 Mike Huckabee