Election Coverage, San Francisco

Help Spread the Word about the Muni Reform Initiative

Interested in helping out a good cause? Please take some time out of your schedule to phone your fellow citizens, encouraging them, come November, to vote for the Muni reform charter amendment (Proposition A) and to vote against the misguided “Parking for Neighborhoods” initiative (Proposition H). I received this email recently from Dave Snyder over at SPUR, which will hopefully be of interest to readers:

SPUR Day at the phone bank is a week from today, Wednesday Sept. 26, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Put it in your calendar now, and call me at 781-8726, ext. 135 to reserve your space. The phone bank is hosted by the SEIU. The address is 350 Rhode Island, Suite 100 South. It’s near 16th Street on the north side of Potrero Hill.

You can phone bank any day, Monday through Thursday, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call Natasha at 415-357-1593 to volunteer on any other date.

This election is going to be close. If we lose, it will be hard to fix Muni in subsequent election cycles. Please, find the time to make a few phone calls.

Just to emphasize: this Wednesday is the organized SPUR day at the phone bank, but you can place phone calls on any other day, Monday through Thursday. I won’t be able to make this the SPUR day this Wednesday, but I do plan on participating another day. Hopefully you will too!




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