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Vote YES on Measure H - bond to upgrade SRJC

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At their September 24 meeting, the AFA Executive Council voted unanimously to support a YES VOTE ON MEASURE H on the ballot this November.

The District has provided a website with more information on the SRJC bond. Click here to view the Fact Sheet, FAQs, and examples of Capital Projects.


The Yes on Measure H campaign needs your help:

We have buttons and yard signs in the AFA office. Our office is located next door to the Copy Center in Analy Village, Building A, Room 649. Stop by during our regular business hours, Monday-Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., to pick them up. Yard signs are especially effective if you live on a street that has a lot of car or foot traffic.

You can also help by walking precincts, if you are able, and phone banking:

PRECINCT WALKING FOR YES ON MEASURE H – Santa Rosa
When: 10/18, 10/25, 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Why: provide information about the importance of Measure H to the community
Where: Start at Campaign Headquarters, 1250 Coddingtown Center, Suite 1, Santa Rosa (Behind Coddingtown, across parking lot from the new Target, next to the US Post Ofc)
How long: anywhere from 2-4 hours to walk a precinct. Remember, we are just dropping off a door hanger. We are not necessarily speaking to voters (unless they happen to be outside).

PRECINCT WALKING FOR YES ON MEASURE H – Petaluma
When: 10/25, 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Why: provide information about the importance of Measure H to the community
Where: meeting location TBD
How long: anywhere from 2-4 hours to walk a precinct. Remember, we are just dropping off a door hanger. We are not necessarily speaking to voters (unless they happen to be outside).

Timeline of events: Precinct Walking
8:30 A.M. Arrive at meeting location (Campaign Headquarters in SR or TBD in Petaluma), pick up information packet (including neighborhood map), get coffee and donuts.
8:45 A.M. Get trained and get your questions answered.
9:00 A.M. Drive to precinct neighborhood.
9:30-12:30 P.M. Teams of two walk through neighborhood, dropping off door hangers.
12:30 P.M. Head back to HQ.
1:00 P.M. Drop off completed packet (very important).

PHONE BANKING FOR YES ON MEASURE H – Santa Rosa
When: Wednesdays 10/15, 10/22, 10/29; 5:30-8:30 P.M.
Other days available. Call campaign headquarters at number below.
Why: provide information about the importance of Measure H to the community. We provide a simple script. We try to reach as many people as possible, and we’re not trying to convince them. We keep it short.
Where: Campaign Headquarters, 1250 Coddingtown Center, Suite 1, Santa Rosa (Behind Coddingtown, across parking lot from the new Target, next to the US Post Office)

We don’t currently have phone banking available for Petaluma.

Every call, every walk counts! Please sign up today.

To sign up: Contact headquarters, 707-634-7355. If you don’t hear back by the morning after you leave a message, call Zack Miranda, 707-364-5105. If you still have not heard from someone, call Ellen Maremont Silver, 707-481-5905. (Please do not call Ellen before you’ve tried the other two numbers).

 
  Phone: 707⁄527–4731 FAX: 707⁄524–1762 Last Update: 10/14/14