Phil got his 40 signatures (barely)

Just got a call from the SF Elections Department.

Apparently three of Phil's 43 signatures were invalidated for some
reason, so we just barely met the requirement of 40. But we're done
now. Congratulations to Phil and to the signature gatherers!

Rob

Hurrah!

And congratulations and huge thanks to Rob, who did all the organizing,
pushing, cajoling, and driving (in the emotional sense) on this.

~Chris

Amen!!!

Mike

Speaking of driving, when thanking the signature gatherers, I meant to
include both the official circulators (Chris and Starchild), as well as
the people who drove us around (Jeremy, Marcy, and TJ).

Christopher R. Maden wrote:

Congratulations to LPSF!

Any word on the staffing situation? Who is the campaign director and who is the treasurer? I should have some fundraising opportunities in the mid-Atlantic next week, and people will be happy to know we have a candidate against Pelosi in the race.

Cheers,

Brian

Rob Power <robpower@robpower.com> wrote: Speaking of driving, when thanking the signature gatherers, I meant to
include both the official circulators (Chris and Starchild), as well as
the people who drove us around (Jeremy, Marcy, and TJ).

Christopher R. Maden wrote:

Wooohooo! (Rob, and the other Circulators, awsome job!) Now, for my
two cents' on helping Phil (and other LPSF candidates) with his
campaign. Unless a miracle transpires, chances are Phil will not have
a formal campaign staff (manager, treasurer, fundraiser, etc). If
these positions materialize great! But if they do not, it does not
mean his campaign cannot be brilliant. If Phil will commit to
attending most neighborhood forums, and some of us commit to helping
him get there, that would be a good start. Also, we can have informal
volunteers to write to local news media in hopes of securing
interviews for Phil. We can use project-based informal fundraising for
volunteers printing door hangers (slim jims with a rubber band
attached will do), and mailings.

So, how about passing around a sign-up sheet at tomorrow's meeting?

Regards,

Marcy

Speaking of driving, when thanking the signature gatherers, I meant to
include both the official circulators (Chris and Starchild), as well as
the people who drove us around (Jeremy, Marcy, and TJ).

Christopher R. Maden wrote:
>
>> Apparently three of Phil's 43 signatures were invalidated for some
>> reason, so we just barely met the requirement of 40. But we're done
>> now. Congratulations to Phil and to the signature gatherers!
>>
>
> Hurrah!
>
> And congratulations and huge thanks to Rob, who did all the

organizing,

Rob and everybody,

Wow, what a terrific job you all have accomplished. I am inspired by your efforts.

Despite the fact that the words have been devalued by the mainstream pablam that is political speach, this really is a critical time. The failure of the fascist business model is rapidly becoming visible, as inflation roars and credit collapses along with asset prices.

Economic liberty, social tolerance, and the return of personal responsibility is the only choice that can save us now

People are waking up and ready to listen.

It's gonna be a fun campaign and we are gonna bring a smile to Lady Liberty's face.

And because of all your efforts, I was able to attend to my father. He is out of the nursing home and into assisted living. Today he even forgot his walker for a moment and walked to the phone in his room. He is adjusting well.
Thank you all. I will work to make you proud.

Now , who is gonna step up and find this candidate a manager and a treasurer.

Phil.