Kevin, ‘Tis the season for Irish Potatoes--and there’s a lot to celebrate this year for liberty. YAL’s Operation Win at the Door is in full swing, and our activists have secured 56 victories in state house elections by knocking on 1,553,564 doors. This year, we took our National Convention on the road, training 2,030 activists at five major YALCONs. We’re reaching more people than ever with the message of liberty by appearing on national media like Fox News and Fox Business. By every measure possible, YAL continues to grow and is a leading voice championing liberty across the country. For that, I say thank you. You see, your support for YAL is absolutely critical and a major reason why we succeeded this past year. As we are preparing for both the holiday season and 2020, I wanted to thank you by sharing a tradition that started in my hometown of Chichester, PA (Philadelphia suburbs)… Irish Potatoes! Irish potato candy is a traditional Philadelphia treat that, despite its name, is not from Ireland, and does not contain any potato. The candies have a coconut cream inside and are rolled in cinnamon on the outside, resulting in an appearance reminiscent of small potatoes. Oh Ryan's Irish Potatoes of Chichester, Pennsylvania (my hometown, just outside of Philadelphia) is the largest distributor of Irish Potatoes, shipping about 80,000 pounds to major chains and smaller candy stores, mostly in the Philadelphia area. I grew up celebrating Christmas and eating Oh Ryan’s. I’ve started a yearly tradition of going back to my hometown and making Irish Potatoes and today, I’m sending them to you as a big thank you for your support to YAL students across America. (Here I am making the Irish Potatoes you’re eating!) Here’s what I’d love from you: 1. Give the Irish Potatoes a try! 2. Share them with your family and friends. 3. Rate them below and return the enclosed reply envelope From the entire YAL family, thank you for believing in the future of Liberty. It’s an honor to #MakeLibertyWin with you. Cliff Maloney President, Young Americans for Liberty Name: Kevin Gentry 1. Irish Potatoes deliciousness scale (circle one): 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 2. What you love most about the Christmas season: 3. What do you think of YAL’s plan to knock 2 million doors and deploy 1,000 student door knockers in 2020?