Before we sink the $1652 filing fee, we want to consider whether we will
be able to gather the 60 nominating signatures we need by March 7. With
the LPC convention this weekend in San Diego, that just leaves the
following week, one weekend, and the weekdays after that, before the due
date on Friday the 7th. I'm willing to volunteer on Saturday/Sunday
March 1 and 2, but I don't think I can get 60 signatures all by myself
that weekend. Is anyone else willing to volunteer? You have to be a
resident of Congressional District 8 (Pelosi's district), and be
Please reply if you're able to help collect signatures for Phil anytime
between now and Friday, March 7.
What is the plan? I might be able to help, depending on with what I’m
helping. If I’m in Phil’s district, which I’m not sure of; I’m near the
border, and someone with the reg database could tell me.
Libertarian density is not sufficient for street-corner or shopping-mall
canvassing. I would be willing to help with a well-defined plan that I
think will work...
I'd say that we should target a more dense neighborhood (the Marina
district -- 94103 -- with 93 registered Libertarians was recommended),
and then call those registered Libertarians in the coming week to ask
if we can come by and get their signature on Saturday/Sunday March
1/2. This should minimize the number of wasted knocks due to
registered Libertarians having moved away or not being home during the
I'll pick up another registered voter CD when I next visit City Hall
to work on Phil's paperwork (Wed or Thur) in my capacity as county
central committee chair, and we can start calling then if you all
think this is a good strategy.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Christopher R. Maden"
> Please reply if you're able to help collect signatures for Phil
> between now and Friday, March 7.
What is the plan? I might be able to help, depending on with what Iâm
helping. If Iâm in Philâs district, which Iâm not sure of;
Iâm near the