One last post about volunteer opportunities for the Yes on Prop 1 campaign. I’ll be doing thecanvassing this weekend, and I would strongly encourage everyone to mark down one of these events on your calender.

Here are ways for you to spend just three hours of your time in the next 12 days:

1.  Door Canvass
We are days away from our second neighborhood canvass, this Saturday (Oct. 29).  We will meet at 11am at the Sierra Club offices (180 Nickerson St) and hit the streets en masse, blanketing the city with a strong YES on Prop 1 message.  Please click here for more info and to register.

2.  Phone Bank
We keep plugging away on the phones, but we need your help talking directly to voters.  This is how elections are won!  Please click on a date below to RSVP for a phone bank and be part of our team of superstars who come back every week.

This week:

Next week:

3.  Fliers
Lastly, there are still several community events occurring every day throughout the city where we need to go hand out fliers and talk to people about Prop 1.  Please click here to sign up for a farmers market or community forum near you.

4 Replies to “Prop 1 Volunteer Final Push”

  1. Bob Sternoff? Are you kidding me? The guy is going down and deserves to. Transit Blog, I’m suddenly questioning your endorsement process.

  2. Volunteers who might be tasked with yard-sign duty, please note:

    The law prohibits placement of campaign signs on all public property, including but not limited to: medians, boulevards, parks or public golf courses, greenbelts, rights of way to arterials or freeways, bridges or overpasses or planting strips that abut public property, such as schools, public buildings, parks or public golf courses.

    In the last week or so the number of illegal pro-Prop 1 signs I’ve encountered on (and removed from) public property has started to rival the number of anti-Prop 1 signs I’ve removed from the same areas. Please keep the campaign courteous and legal, and only post signs on private property with the owner’s permission.

  3. Do you have any idea how badly you’re going to lose on this one? If you get more than a third of the vote, I’ll be surprised. Outside of the Internet, I have yet to meet a single person who’ll vote for it. And no, I don’t hang out with the right-wingers. Prop. 1 is broadly unpopular in Seattle. Boy oh boy, is it ever unpopular! I guess you’ll just have to find out for yourselves, won’t you?

  4. re: posters
    One easy and legal place for them is on utility poles.

    It would help someone would cook up a simple B&W poster that looks decent if printed on 8.5×11 copy paper. Put it on the web so time strapped supporters can print out a few and tack them up here and there.

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