Friday, October 06, 2006

Campaign Update

Here's an update on what's going on with my campaign for re-election:

Tomorrow morning - Farmers Market - come on down, grab a shirt or hat, and meet and greet the public! Please join us, if you can.

We are walking precincts this weekend. Late today (Friday) I'll have neighborhood "lists" of likely voters available in front of my house, along with walking pieces for pickup. Please call my cell if you plan to pick up tonight.

We have a mass mailer scheduled to go out, in advance of absentee ballots, next week.

The filing deadline for Form 460 was yesterday - my campaign reported earnings of over $15,000.00 in this filing period, alone. But, since 5:00 yesterday, we took in over $2,000.00 in addition to that figure. Thank you all for your support!


At 1:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats on the Pleasanton Weekly endorsement. Keep up the good work.

At 10:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Todays the day! we're all praying for you jennifer. I can't believe the opponent actually using your enviornmental stance as an issue, saying you weren't focused on local issues as per the recent article. Is he a moron? Does he not relize we live in a global society now and what happens in japan yesterday, wether it be economic (capital flow) or enviornmental (overfishing) has an effect on us all the next morning. If peak oil is genually here now, E85 seems our only option, yet try and find an E85 station in california. I hope if re-elected, you will see to it that incentives are they're for e85 conversion. For a good read on Peak Oil, anything by Mathew Simmons or Michael Ruppert.


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