Good evening, everybody!
So, what can I say? I have criticized the policies of the Israeli Government when I think they deserve to be criticized. And I have voted for Democratic candidates since forever. I guess I’m just a disloyal Jew.
With each passing day (and with every new embarrassing statement by our President), it becomes even more important that he should be massively defeated in the election a little over a year from now. But it is equally important, in my opinion, for the Democratic Party to take over in the Senate. Even with a Democratic President, a Senate that is still controlled by Republicans will be able prevent the kind of change in every area from climate change to immigration to gun control to healthcare that we need so desperately in this country. I am therefore asking whoever can afford it to join me in making contributions to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) at www.dscc.org, and to the following Democratic senatorial candidates: Mark Kelly in Arizona https://markkelly.com; Sara Gideon in Maine https://speakergideon.com; and Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire https://jeanneshaheen.org.
The last few days at the West Regional Courthouse were very productive. With the help of Michael Goldfarb, Laurie Stark, Penny Cukier, Flora Costanzo, Jocelyn Wills, Lauren Tate, Al Rodriguez, and new volunteers Gary Friedman and Reginald Martin, we registered 8 voters (6 Dems, 1 Rep, and 1 NPA), and collected 4 requests to vote by mail and 122 medicaid expansion petitions!
How about joining us in this effort?
John Ziegler and his team of volunteers will be back at the West Regional Library on Saturday, August 24th, from 10 AM until 6 PM. If you would like to help do voter registration on Saturday during one of those 2-hour shifts, please contact John at 954-232-3918 or email@example.com.
I will be back at the West Regional Courthouse on Monday and Wednesday, August 26th and 28th from 10 AM until 2 PM. We will be registering voters, allowing voters to sign up to vote by mail, and collecting petitions. As always, we will have our canopy to protect us from the sun and/or rain. I do need help at 10 and at 2 to set up and then take down the canopy. We will also have our table and chairs (and a little fan!) to make our outdoor office as comfortable as possible. Please let me know when you can join me, and be sure to bring a cap and a bottle of water. I will have all the forms we will need.
It’s time for you to get involved!