Johnson supporters orginiazed the first ever "money avalanche". A term coined as a spin off of the "money bomb" that Ron Paul's volunteers popularized in 2008. Unlike the one day money bomb, the Money Avalanche is a fundraiser scheduled over a period of several days and weeks that starts with small achievable goals and builds up momentum to reach large fund raising numbers.
The money avalanche has met it's goals for 14 straight days. Starting at $1, the goal doubles each day for 21 days, peaking at $1,048,576. The goal for today, August 5, is $16,384. (The goal of $8,192 for the 14th day seems very likely as of the writing of this media release).Read »