“Someone from Kasich’s campaign team reached out and offered to buy it from me,” Mismas explained. “After a few weeks of exchanging emails, I suddenly got a flurry of emails on July 7th.”
“I was originally contacted by mail from someone at Kasich’s campaign,” said the blogger. “The letter was sent to my home address (the one on file when I registered the domain) on Ohio Republican Party letterhead. I responded via email and was told I needed to work with the lawyers for Kasich’s PAC.”
“I exchanged a few emails with their lawyer, and he tried to get me to sign an NDA [non-disclosure agreement],” continued Mismas. “I told him I needed to have it reviewed by an attorney first and would need a few days.”
“Suddenly last Tuesday it seemed really urgent that they get the deal completed immediately. At that point he doubled the offer and dropped the requirement that I sign an NDA,” Mismas concluded.
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