You can help Bill Hedrick win
In less than two months, voters in California’s 44th district will decide between rubber stamp Republican Ken Calvert and progressive champion Bill Hedrick. Who do you want to see casting votes in Congress in January?
You can make a big difference. Please sign up to make calls on October 2nd or October 5th. You can call from home, or join us in our Oakland office on Saturday the 2nd. Click here to volunteer.
You’ve heard the dire predictions about the November election. Conservatives claim that progressives are just not interested, and come Election Day, they’ll stay home. We’ve got to show them they are wrong, because a Republican takeover of Congress would mean serious consequences for US foreign policy, and the world.
I know that progress the last couple years has in many ways been frustratingly slow. But I can honestly say that Bill Hedrick is a candidate I am excited to support, and he will fight to end the war in Afghanistan if he wins a seat in the House. And that depends on you.
The campaign has a plan to win, and they know that it’s all about motivating Democratic voters to show up on Election Day and bringing over some Republicans and independents who are fed up with the status quo. We are making sure they can reach as many as possible by sponsoring a coordinated phone bank to make sure voters know what’s at stake.
Sign up now, because we’re making it easy for you to participate. All you need is a phone and quiet spot to make calls, and we’ll provide the rest.
Click here to give two hours of your time from home on October 2nd or October 5th to help turn out voters in this critical race. You can join us for some food, fun and camaraderie in our downtown Oakland office, or phone from the comfort of your home.
No one else is going to make this win happen. Bill Hedrick is running a true grassroots operation, and as progressives we are the ones who can make or break this race. Please sign up to help us turn out the vote.
Thank you for helping us show that real progressives can and should win elections.