UNTIL BALLOTS DROP ON OCTOBER 5TH & UNTIL WE CAN VOTE YES ON PROP 15
- The Schools & Communities First initiative will be key to California’s recovery and reinvestment strategy, and the investments generated by this initiative represent vital resources that will go towards how California rebuilds after this crisis The initiative will generate $12 billion every year for local governments and schools by closing corporate tax loopholes benefitting a fraction of those at the top, not nickel and diming Californians.
- Schools & Communities First PROTECTS homeowners and renters, small businesses, and agriculture from any changes.
- We simply can’t afford corporate tax loopholes at the expense of essential workers, critical local services, and schools. ESPECIALLY NOT NOW.
OUR OPPOSITION MIGHT BE ABLE TO OUTSPEND US, BUT THEY CAN’T OUTWORK US. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT.THEY WILL SPEND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON AN AD CAMPAIGN TO DECEIVE CALIFORNIA VOTERS. FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT THE BEST WAYS TO DEBUNK THE LIES HERE: Yes On 15 Debunking The Scare Tactics
WE HAVE THE PEOPLE ON OUR SIDE.
NOW is the time to ORGANIZE.NOW is the time to MOBILIZE.
PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORKS & POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS: HERE’S HOW YOU CAN TAKE ACTION NOW:
|Learning about Prop 15:||Prop 15 WebsiteFrequently Asked QuestionsProp 15 & Voting FAQ|
|Sign Up to Phonebank:||Sign up for a Phonebank (Sun 12 – 3, Tues, Wed, Thur 4-7)Sign up for our Spanish Phonebanks on Wednesdays!If you are looking to make calls on your own, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Text and call your friends/family or others in the Central Valley about Prop 15!||Reach out to everyone in your phonebook or get a list from us to build support for Prop 15!Sign up for a training (Mondays 4 – 6)Or get set up on your own to text your family & friends!!|
|Find other ways to get involved||Sign up here for other ways to get involvedSign up for a Voter Registration Training in English Sundays at 5:30!Sign up for a Voter Registration Training in Spanish Domingos 4 pm!!|
For more information, please contact Eliana Jimenez Honeycutt, Pronouns: She / Her / Hers, Civic Engagement Coordinator, Dolores Huerta Foundation
p: (661) 322-3033 EXT 504 c: (559) 579-2734