FROM OUR FRIENDS and INSPIRATIONAL COMMUNITY RIGHTS ACTIVISTS in YOUNGSTOWN

Ohio Community Rights activists concerned about protecting our WATER and our democratic right to self-govern,
The Youngstown Drinking Water Protection Bill of Rights is the ONLY initiative that the Board of Elections and the Ohio Supreme Court “allowed” on the ballot this year. This is our 10th attempt if you count 2 initiatives that were also kept off the ballot in 2017. WE NEED YOUR HELP to finally pass this law to protect our water and our water funds from corporate state plundering!
You can help us in many ways:
1. Distributing literature at Early Voting.

2. We can really use help on Weekend of November 3 and on the 4th which is “Souls to the Polls” Day from 1 – 5!

3. On Election Day – 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM followed by Election night party.
WE NEED LOTS OF PEOPLE.  There are many polling locations throughout the city and the local group will assign you to a polling location beforehand if you volunteer for that day.
4. If you cannot help by getting to Youngstown, we can really use donations to help with printing cost of literature and postage to mail absentees a postcard. You can find a GoFundME set up if you want to donate through that or there is also mailing information on our website. Any amount is appreciated.
To volunteer please contact one of the following people: (calling is the preferred way but I have also included emails)
John Williams – 234-232-0545  wearenotexpendable@gmail.com
Randy Younkin – 330-727-1617   randyyounkin@hotmail.com
Lynn Anderson – 330-792-0428    artistelynn@sbcglobal.net
The group can house students and other state activists Friday night, Saturday night, Sunday night,  Monday Night and Tuesday Night.
Thank You So Much.
We are going to win this time.

 

The Youngstown Community Bill of Rights Community Group
From: Tish O’Dell <tish@celdf.org>
CELDF Ohio Organizer
OHCRN Board Member www.ohiocrn.org
440-838-5272

“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” Alice Walker 

“Laws should be made to serve the people. People should not be made to serve the laws.”  Huey P. Newton

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