YOU helped EUUC exceed our signature-gathering goal and got I-1631 on the ballot. Thank you! Now it’s time to make sure this initiative passes.
As of late September, out-of-state oil companies have put over $20 million into a fund to defeat I-1631. You may have seen their misleading TV ads. So we need lots of people power to educate voters and get out the vote – by knocking on doors, emailing, phone-banking, and speaking to friends and neighbors.
We’ll provide training. EUUC will host two training events after the 2nd services on October 14 and 21 (you only need to attend one training) from 12:15 to 1:45 p.m., in Room 5. Information and Canvass Training is provided so that you can canvass with your EUUC friends. Sign up for those events and others at the Social Justice desk or online at https://yeson1631.org/, click on Events.
Voter Circle emails
This friend-to-friend outreach tool will help you figure out which of your friends, family, and colleagues can vote for the initiative, and help you send personalized messages. It’s simple, you can sign up at: https://votercircle.com/c/yes-on-1631/join
A coalition of environmental, health, faith, labor, business, Indian tribes, people of color and social justice groups listened to each other and experts to develop Initiative 1631. I-1631 would put a fee on the state’s largest polluters, like the oil industry and utilities that haven’t switched over to clean energy, and invest in protecting our air and water and building new clean-energy infrastructure across the state. With this initiative, we can protect our health, build new good paying jobs, and ensure a cleaner future for the next generation.
VOTE! Ballot Information-Sharing — With Donuts!
Saturday, October 27, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., Chapman Hall
Bring your ballots, and any information that you have to share about issues and candidates. Learn from each other, make your decisions, and cast your ballots! We need to make sure everyone votes this fall — feel free to invite friends, family, and neighbors too! Drop in anytime from 10-12.