Do Not Sign Campaign Volunteers Needed

Jim Mahler [aftjim@mac.com]
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Friday, September 05, 2014 9:43 AM
On August 18, a super-majority of the San Diego City Council overrode a mayoral veto restoring the new Earned Sick Leave-Minimum Wage Ordinance. Now, paid petitioners are trying to repeal the measure. Please don’t sign their petitions. Their deceptive tactics have been documented.
 
If you see a petition gatherer, please call 619-930-3300 to report it.
 
The passing of the ordinance makes San Diego the largest city in the country to give its workers a raise and require employers to allow workers to earn up to five sick days a year. The measure is set to take effect January 1, 2015, unless the paid petitioners win. Area businesses funded by out-of-town corporate interests are trying to overturn this widely supported Ordinance by sending OUT-OF-TOWN paid signature-gathers into the streets with a petition to overturn it.
 
 
Precinct Walkers Needed 
Time: 10 am 
September 6 and Sunday 7th

September 13 and Sunday 14
th
 
Phone Bankers Needed
Time: 5 pm

THURSDAY Nights


Please email nrodriguez@onlinecpi.org for more information or to book a day.
 
Volunteers urgently needed through September 17, 2014.
 
Donations are needed too! Deep pockets are funding the out-of-town effort that will take away sick days and the local minimum wage from hundreds of thousands of hard-working San Diegans. Contribute today to the grassroots effort to preserve sick days and the minimum wage. Donate here.
 
Together we can protect this ordinance that will help hard-working San Diegans and their families.