This is just a thought, so don't anybody start hyperventilating.
Like everybody else, I shudder at the thought of having to file the
@#$@@ campaign reports, so I am not volunteering for that. But, what
if I helped you and Phil get whetever cacameney numbers you need,
kept records of income and expenses provided by you and Phil, and
passed the records on to a professional to file the reports, said
professional paid by LPSF allocation and personal contributions from
the membership? Like I said, just a thought.
--- In email@example.com, Starchild <sfdreamer@...>
I went in and was interviewed by five doctors with the SF
Society a few days ago. They were cordial, and seemed more into
listening than asking tough questions, but I'd gotten no impression
that they particularly had any strong appreciation of what I was
about the importance of patients paying for their health care
in order to make providers accountable to them and treat them with
dignity, while incentivizing health care consumers to care about
and not just seek the most expensive treatments.
So I was pretty floored today when I received the following
them saying they want to contribute to my campaign. Yay!
I don't have an FPPC number -- not having a campaign treasurer,
made no financial arrangements for my campaign whatsoever. I hope
will not dissuade them from sending me a check.
If someone is willing to be my campaign treasurer and lend a
this area, it would be a worthwhile contribution to the Libertarian
cause in San Francisco. I could also seriously use help with