There will be a Measure V phone bank event at Jon Wu’s home this Tuesday,
October 9th; 5-7pm.
Come for your kids, stay for the fun! Everyone is welcome.
20 Los Altos Place
(near DeAnza Blvd)
Bring your phone. It’s more fun calling with friends!
A solidarity and camaraderie feeling gives everyone the confidence to make those calls!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Measure V Campaign is using an app called Ten More Votes (TMV)*. You download it onto your phone. TMV has lists of numbers to call and doors to knock on - it even has a suggested script for you based on the voter demographics! Once you make a call or contact, you click on how it went (yes, no, maybe) and TMV's database gets updated so we all don't call the same person. *Important: You will need an access code to install TMV. Fill out this Google form and we will mail you an access code afterward: https://goo.gl/forms/osQg1n11G1aRgJiC2
Don’t worry if you haven’t downloaded and set up the app. We will help you with this when you get to Jon’s house.
WHAT IS MEASURE V?
It's a parcel tax on the ballot this November that will support teachers and education in our district. Without it passing, many things such as PE and Music are at risk of getting cut. To learn more, visit the campaign website www.investinsmfcsdkids.com
Making phone calls, or knocking on doors/leaving flyers is not at as intimidating as it may sound. The Campaign has us contacting PEOPLE THAT HISTORICALLY VOTE YES ON ITEMS LIKE THIS. We are spreading the word to people that are likely to be thankful for the information.
CAN YOU DO THIS ON YOUR OWN TIME?
Absolutely! That's the beauty of TMV. Pull it out while waiting on your kids' soccer practice and get a few phone calls in.
CAN YOU DO THIS WITH FRIENDS?
Yes! – Phone Bank event at Jon Wu’s home this Tuesday, October 9th; 5-7pm.
See you there!