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Good Fight Mailing List Removal

April 2, 2024

If you’re among those who are continuing to receive mail from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s presidential election campaign, this guide will walk you through the steps needed to proceed with the Good Fight mailing list removal. 

Since DeSantis has withdrawn from the race, you should no longer receive communications from this conservative super political action committee (PAC), but if you are, read on.

How to Unsubscribe from the Good Fight Mailing List

When you receive mail from the Good Fight campaign, look for a contact number. Call it and ask to be taken off the mailing list. 

In most cases, when dealing with super PACs, you can email them and request that they remove you from their mailing list. Contact information can typically be found in a super PAC’s privacy policy. 

However, as of this writing, we are unable to find a privacy policy on the Good Fight super PAC site. 

What to Do If You Keep Receiving Good Fight Mail 

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

You can also remove yourself from the mailing list of Good Fight and other Super PACs by voting early. Doing so will cause your voter registration to update on the county voter list. 

Super PACs are primarily interested in directing their funds at undecided voters, so you’re unlikely to receive mail from them once you vote.

How to Unsubscribe from the Good Fight Email List

To unsubscribe from the Good Fight email list, open one of their emails from your email inbox. Click on the “Unsubscribe” link at the top of the email beside the sender’s name or at the bottom of the email. 

If Good Fight emails keep coming in even after you’ve unsubscribed, you can stop them on your end by blocking the sender, moving the emails directly to your junk folder when they arrive, or creating a filter to sort emails coming from that address directly into the trash. 

How to Stay Off the Good Fight (and Other Super PACs) Mailing List for Good

Opting out of data brokers will reduce the mail you receive from super PACs—not to mention other kinds of junk mail.

Data brokers are companies that collect public data (including full names, home addresses, telephone numbers, and so on) and then sell it to any interested third party – whether they’re a political campaign, a telemarketer, or an identity thief.

To opt out of data brokers, you must contact each one with a profile on you and request that it be taken down). You’ll also need to repeat this process, as brokers routinely reactivate profiles when new information is uncovered.

As an alternative to manually opting out of data brokers, you can subscribe to a data broker removal service such as DeleteMe. Doing so will stem the tide of junk mail and phone scams you’re receiving while also improving your privacy. 

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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