Join Us at Measure P Rally in Santa Maria

Santa Barbara County Action Network invites you to join Measure P supporters for a rally tomorrow,  Wednesday, October 22 at noon in front of Santa Maria City Hall at Broadway and Cook Street. 

If you live in South County, tell your North County friends about it.

The Yes on Measure P 2014 Committee says:

We will stand together to tell Big Oil that they cannot buy this election! Chevron, Exxon and several other oil companies have poured $6 million into our opponents' campaign, spreading misinformation about Measure P. This might turn out to be the most expensive local ballot measure campaign ever, anywhere!

Who will stand with us to say, 'No thank you Big Oil! You can spend all the money in the world, but you can't fool us. We know that we need Measure P to protect our water, health and our beautiful county from the risks of extreme oil extraction! Vote Yes on Measure P!'

Wear your shirts (or bright blue), bring your signs and your families and friends!

Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Rebecca


(805) 865-2231

Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.

Thank you,

Ken Hough
SB  CAN Executive Director
ken@sbcan.org
http://www.sbcan.org/


If you are not already a member, please consider joining SB CAN, a progressive organization working to promote social and economic justice, to preserve our environmental and agricultural resources, and to create sustainable communities. SB CAN advocates a holistic approach to community planning that integrates housing, open space, and transportation to meet the needs of all members of our community and future generations.

SB CAN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Memberships and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Click here to become a member. Click here to make a donation.

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Thank you,

Ken Hough
SB CAN Executive Director

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Santa Barbara County Action Network (SBCAN) works to promote social and economic justice, to preserve our environmental and agricultural resources, and to create sustainable communities.