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American Exceptionalism Mailing List Removal 

April 2, 2024

If you’re continuing to receive unwanted mail from Vivek Ramaswamy’s 2024 presidential campaign and are looking for information on how to proceed with the American Exceptionalism mailing list removal (a super political action committee supporting him), this guide will give you tips on stopping both physical mail and email communications. 

Since Ramaswamy has withdrawn from the election, you shouldn’t be receiving any further mail, but if you are, read on. 

How to Unsubscribe from the American Exceptionalism Mailing List

When you receive physical mail from the American Exceptionalism super PAC, look for a contact number. Call it and ask to be taken off the super PAC’s mailing list. 

As per the privacy policy on the American Exceptionalism site, you can also request to opt out by changing your preferences directly in your account on the American Exceptionalism site or by emailing them at

Be prepared to give your mailing address in the email to improve your chances of success.

American Exceptionalism privacy policy - choices about how we use and disclose your information

Depending on where you live, you might have additional rights. 

In California, for example, residents can exercise their right to request information deletion by emailing American Exceptionalism at

Note that you’ll need to provide the super PAC with personal information to verify that you are who you say you are, including your full name, address, telephone number, proof of your identity, and a description of the right you’re exercising and for what purpose.  

American Exceptionalism privacy policy - California residents information

What to Do If You Keep Receiving American Exceptionalism Mail 

If you continue to receive physical mail from the American Exceptionalism campaign, write “Refused: Return to sender” on the front of any unopened mail with a return address and put it back in the mail.

Voting early can also remove you from the mailing lists of American Exceptionalism and other super PACs. 

When you vote, your status will be updated on the county voter list. Once political campaigns are informed that you’re no longer an undecided voter, they’ll stop contacting you and focus on those who haven’t voted yet.

How to Unsubscribe from the American Exceptionalism Email List

For American Exceptionalism emails, you can unsubscribe directly in your inbox. 

To do so, open an email from the campaign and click on the “Unsubscribe” link at the top of the email beside the sender’s name or at the bottom of the email. 

If you’re registered on the American Exceptionalism website, you can also change your preferences there.

Alternatively, you can request to be unsubscribed by emailing the super PAC at

American Exceptionalism privacy policy - opting out of communications

If you still receive American Exceptionalism emails after taking these steps, you have a few options for blocking them on your end. 

You can block the sender of the emails, move any new emails you get directly to your junk folder (which will teach some email services to do so in the future), or create an email filter that moves any emails from the sender into the trash. 

How to Stay Off the American Exceptionalism (and Other Super PACs) List for Good

If you want to stay off the mailing list of Super PACs—along with telemarketers, phishing campaigns, phone scammers, and more—your best option is to remove your data from data brokers.

Data brokers are companies that scrape the internet for personal data and then compile that data into individual profiles. Those profiles are then sold to any interested third party. 

Unfortunately, you’ll need to contact each data broker with a profile on you if you want to stop them from selling your data and you’ll likely need to do so multiple times, as brokers routinely reactivate profiles when new information about you is uncovered online. 

As an alternative, you can subscribe to a data broker removal service such as DeleteMe to put the opting-out process into the hands of professionals.

Laura Martisiute is DeleteMe’s content marketing specialist. Her job is to help DeleteMe communicate vital privacy information to the people that need it. Since joining DeleteMe in 2020, Laura h…

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