We’re working from all angles to get the word out and drive turnout to pass Proposition C in Los Angeles on May 21st (vote by mail begins May 1st). This week we even got the endorsement of the LA County Democratic Party, the LA Daily News, and the LA Association of Neighborhood Councils!
That’s why we’re so excited to share his new video with you so that you can support the momentum we’re building together. The video highlights why folks with undue influence on elections don’t want it to pass.
UPCOMING PROPOSITION C ACTIONS
- The Voter Registration and Education Committee is tabling this Saturday, April 13th. To come out and get more information, email Cyndy Fowler at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Clean by ’16 is having its first fundraiser on April 27th in Malibu. MOVI Co-Founder Mary Beth Fielder will unveil a radical new plan to build the mass movement we need to succeed. RSVP here.
- The California Disclose Act (SB 52) is organizing a lobby day in Sacramento on April 30th. There may be travel stipends and other support available. For more information, please visit here. Can’t make it to Sacramento but still want to support SB 52? The Los Angeles County campaign kickoff will be Sunday, April 21st from 3-5pm. Join Senator Kevin De Leon and other SB 52 supporters. Refreshments will be served. Email Chip Travis for more info: email@example.com
Thanks for all you do,
Anjuli, Michele, Chip, Mary Beth, Cyndy, and the rest of the Money Out/Voters In Coalition
Want to know more about Citizens United? Here is what Wikipedia has to say:
The Supreme Court held in Citizens United that it was unconstitutional to ban free speech through the limitation of independent communications by corporations, associations, and unions,i.e. that corporations and labor unions may spend their own money to support or oppose political candidates through independent communications like television advertisements. This ruling was frequently interpreted as permitting corporations and unions to donate to political campaigns, or else removing limits on how much a donor can contribute to a campaign.