Several activities are essential for us to effectively communicate to the voters.
The campaign will be calling potential supporters, urging them to become involved in our campaign through volunteering their time or financially contributing. We will also be calling on registered voter households to identify our supporters and make certain that they vote on November 5. Several phone bank nights have been held during the week and on the weekend.
Precinct walking will begin in mid-September. Walkers will meet on a weekend morning, divide up into teams and walk door to door in key precincts, talk to voters and identify our supporters. This activity is good exercise physically and politically. As we learned in the signature-gathering, our personal contact(armed with facts) has persuaded many people that the Tunnel is right for San Mateo County.
Part of the phone banking effort and all of the precinct walking are about identifying voters or "VOTER ID". Before Election Day, we want to accumulate a list of our supporters. We will use this list for Get-Out-The-Vote(GOTV) on November 5.
We will continue our tabling efforts at community events, farmer's markets and other venues. While tabling we can distribute literature and bumper stickers, answer questions, recruit volunteers and promote Sunday Hikes on Montara Mountain. The Yes on Measure T campaign will be active at Burlingame Art on the Avenue, the Fogfest and other community events.
Yes on Measure T is a grassroots volunteer campaign. Please join in the drive to pass Measure T. If you can help with any of these activities, please contact Jason Hatch at (415) 641-0249 or email@example.com.