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Join the campaign to pass Measure E in San Jose
February 24 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Please join the Housing Ready Communities Action Network on Monday, February 24 at 6:00pm to help build the momentum needed to pass Measure E. We are co-hosting a phone-banking night to call local residents to encourage them to vote YES on Measure E in the March 3 Primary Election.
Now meeting at Measure E campaign HQ:
19 North 2nd Street, San Jose, CA 95113
You. Regardless of where you live or work, your voice is valuable and needed to ensure our community raises new funding to move forward with building the new homes needed to end and prevent homelessness throughout Santa Clara County.
Monday, February 24, 6:00-9:00pm
Can’t make it on the 24th? Please sign up for more Measure E action opportunities:
- Phone-banking (with our partners at Sacred Heart): http://phonebanking.housingready.org
- Canvassing door-to-door (with the Measure E campaign team): http://canvassing.housingready.org
- Additional dates to volunteer: https://secure.ngpvan.com/p/p–36eUbxU-xWU2KYW6zaQ2
Questions? Contact Bob at 408-961-9895 or email@example.com
Measure E is a unique opportunity to help make our community more affordable – and we need your help! We’ll have everything you need, including training, phones, scripts, dinner and refreshments – so just bring yourself (and a friend or two!), and register at the link so we have an accurate count: http://feb24.housingready.org
Please share with your networks!
This March, San Jose residents will be voting on Measure E – a transfer tax on properties valued over $2 million to raise significant new funding that can be used to build more affordable housing for our lowest-income residents, expand homelessness prevention programs and fund other critical housing strategies in San Jose (scroll down for more background on Measure E).
The Measure E coalition is led by the SV@Home Action Fund. You can find more facts and FAQs, as well as the latest news and endorsements, by visiting the Measure E website: http://affordablesj.org