Join us — next canvass for Prop 10 is Sunday October 21 @ 11am
No canvassing experience necessary! Just show up with your walking shoes on — also useful: a hat, water, sunglasses, extra pen and a friend who wants to do something about the housing crisis!
Join us as we go door to door talking to our communities about why supporting Prop 10 this November is so important for renters, and anyone concerned about the housing crisis in California. The opposition is dumping an enormous amount of money into stopping this effort to help make housing more affordable, and face to face conversations are the best way to spread the word on a very popular proposition (once folks learn about it). Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
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