ADVOCACY ACTION #1: TO SUPPORT LIBRARIES
Letters, We’ve Got Letters!
Many libraries and library organizations have passed resolutions opposing ballot proposals 60, 61, and 101.
This is the time for individuals to let folks know about the impact of ballot proposals 60,61, and 101. Mail-in ballots will be out in mid-October, so voters need information in advance.
WHAT YOU CAN DO: WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF YOUR LOCAL PAPER, RADIO, TV.
Letter sample (adapt to your locale). Remember, it often takes two to four weeks to get a letter published, so start now.
WHAT YOU CAN DO: WRITE A LETTER TO FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES AND MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS.
Give them the facts. Ask them to inform their contacts. Tell them why it is important to defeat the Bad Three. Urge them to send letters as well. Don't Hurt Colorado resources/toolkit.
Or, print & share this postcard. Print on a regular-size sheet of light card stock, cut in quarters, sign your name and mail with a 28¢ stamp.
WHAT YOU CAN DO: EMAIL A MESSAGE TO FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES AND MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS.
E-mail is an effective way to reach all of your associates. Write your letter or copy the postcard message. Send it to your e-mail list. To keep the Don't Hurt Colorado campaign informed, you can e-mail a copy of your letter to Sheila @ Solutions-West.com
This notice is from Library People—Friends of Colorado Libraries, www.librarypeople.org, librarypeoplecolorado @ yahoo.com