Volunteer Days for SD Competition Ballot Measure (April 24/May 8)

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Important Grassroots Effort on April 24 and May 8

**Help End Wasteful Spending at City Hall**

Sick of wasteful spending in San Diego city government?  Want real change in the way taxpayer monies are spent at City Hall?

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED – MAKE A DIFFERENCE ON APRIL 24 & MAY 8.

City Councilmember Carl DeMaio is asking for help to qualify an important ballot measure for the November 2010 election. 

Known as the “Competition and Transparency in City Contracting Initiative,” the measure would save taxpayers millions annually by requiring competitive bidding on all city services.  The ballot measure is a key element of a comprehensive fiscal reform package for achieving efficiencies in city operations and holding city managers accountable for results. 

The campaign needs to collect nearly 100,000 signatures before May 17, 2010 to qualify this reform so voters can have the final say on reform in November’s election. 

The campaign is relying on grassroots volunteers to collect signatures at local shopping centers.  Volunteers are asked to participate in two final “Signature Gathering Days”

Saturday, April 24 – 11:30AM and 2:00PM

Saturday, May 8 – 10:00AM and 1:00PM

Meet up location for volunteers will be 18295 High Mesa Court, San Diego CA 92127. 

Volunteers will deploy in teams to local shopping centers to collect signatures for 2-3 hours.  Wear casual attire, and bring a friend.  Refreshments provided at the meet-up location.  PLEASE RSVP and indicate which day – and which meet-up time – you can volunteer for.

Email info@CleanUpCityHall.com or call 858-217-6112.

There has never been a more critical time than now in the effort to fix the city’s financial problems.  With this ballot measure, we can get San Diego city government working again for taxpayers!

For more information on the ballot measure, visit www.ReformSanDiego.com

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