Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Restoring Transportation Balance campaign

A message from Chris Bowman about the restoring transportation balance campaign:

Dear Colleagues:

I want to again thank you for your continued support of Restore Transportation Balance (Yes on L) both as an endorser, volunteer, and donor.

We've just completed a flurry of activity over the past two weeks which has constructed the framework of a successful campaign on the solid foundation that you helped build.

On the 14th, we submitted our proponents' argument which will appear in the Voter's Information Pamphlet. The VIP will be mailed to all 428,000 registered voters of the City starting in late September.

On the 18th, we submitted our rebuttal to our opponents' argument, as well as seven paid arguments---two from the campaign, and five from our coalition partners.

During the same period, David Looman, Claire Zvanski, Jason Clark, Howard Chabner, and I have been going to myriad endorsement meetings to ably represent Proposition L.

As a result we are pleased to report that we recently received the endorsements by the San Francisco Firefighters Local 798, Chinese American Democratic Club, Polk Street Merchants Association, Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco (BOMA-SF), Save Muni, and the Westside Chinese Democratic Club...

Jason Clark and his team recently revamped our website to include a Facts and Myths page promoting our vision for the future and countering the attacks and misrepresentations coming from our opponents. Please take a look at our website at restorebalance14.org...

Christopher L. Bowman
Campaign Coordinator
RTB (Yes on L)

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At 10:03 AM, Anonymous sfthen said...

Wow, Local 1021 is 'Yes On L' ? That's Chris Daly's stomping grounds, he's their political director. Must pedal in every day from Fairfield.

There's gotta be a story here . . .

At 11:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You beat me to the punch!!

What is the story? How did Chris "Fairfield" Daly let this slip past him? Oh my his old pals must be fuming eh? After all the bike coalition endorsed him despite the fact they would not release the actual membership online vote count at that time. Princess Leah told me that it wasn't necessary to know the count numbers, just the outcome. LOL boy talk about lack of democracy in the SFBC!

At 12:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"princess leah". it's interesting how you (and rob has used this phrase too) are so open about your sexism.

At 9:32 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

Not true. I've never used that phrase. My criticism of Shahum has always been based on policy and politics, not gender. But I have called out what I think is pseudo-feminism and written about the issue of why more women aren't riding bikes. Seems like women are actually smarter than men on that issue.


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