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11 January 2012

Rupp: Ready, Set, VOTE for TouchPoint!


Normally, I reserve my capital reports to discuss policy issues, however today I feel compelled to ask for a favor. An organization that is near and dear to my heart is competing for a grant from a great corporate community citizen, Monsanto. That organization has changed the lives of thousands of people with autism. Having personally seen the amazing success they have with helping children on the autism spectrum, I sincerely ask you to take the time to vote for TouchPoint in the below link. With your vote and this grant hundred's more families could experience the life changing miracles they perform daily.

Thank you for your consideration of this matter.

Sen. Scott T. Rupp

From: TouchPoint Autism Services
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 5:04 PM
Subject: Ready, Set, VOTE for TouchPoint!


Dear Friends:

Please take a moment to vote for TouchPoint Autism Services in Monsanto's Grow St. Louis Grant Contest!

If TouchPoint wins one of the grants, the funds will be used to GROW AUTISM UNDERSTANDING AND AWARENESS. This work is critical in our community, and we are determined to get Aaron Likens, our Community Education Specialist and Ambassador for Autism, out to spread his insightful message of hope and understanding!

Please vote daily through January 29, and please encourage your friends, family and Facebook contacts to do the same!

VOTE NOW at this link:

Thank you in advance for joining us in this effort!

Your Friends at TouchPoint Autism Services

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