It's hard to believe that it's already been five months since SPUR and Supervisor Sean Elsbernd kicked off the campaign to reform Muni's work rules -- and now, the campaign has only ten weeks left to win on Election Day.
That's just seventy more days -- including today! -- to let San Franciscans on their way to work see a Yes On G sign in your window. Just fifty weekday evenings to call campaign supporters to get them organized and mobilized, knocking on doors, going to neighborhood meetings, and separating myth from fact about how Proposition G will help our public transportation system. Just ten more weekends to get out and talk to San Franciscans about reforming Muni's inefficient and costly work rules.
Can you help the YES on G campaign in these ten remaining weeks? There are plenty of ways to lend a hand:
- Go door-to-door, talking to your neighbors about Proposition G. The campaign will give you all the training and materials you need to go out in your neighborhood and talk about Muni reform. In addition, they will give you a targeted list of registered, reliable voters that they need to reach out to before they cast their votes.
- Help staff the campaign headquarters. We are looking for volunteers who can take at least one four-hour shift a week at our headquarters handing out signs and materials, and making calls to their volunteers to make sure they have what they need to go out and talk to voters.
- The campaign will be coordinating canvassing and calling opportunities starting this Sunday, August 29th, at the following times:
- Mondays - Thursdays: 5:30 - 8:15 PM
- Saturdays: 9:30 AM - 1 PM
- Sundays: 4:30 - 7:30 PM
- Campaign internships. Know any current college students or recent graduates looking for hands-on campaign experience? We're looking for motivated interns eager for exposure to all aspects of campaign work, from campaign strategy and coalition-building to field work and volunteer management.
Thanks for supporting Proposition G -- with your help, Muni and San Francisco will win big in November.