San Diegans, are you fed up with a city where the special interests get what they want while our neighborhoods needs are often ignored or sacrificed?
We are Neighborhoods for Clean Elections and our goal is to empower our neighborhoods through Clean Elections!
We say "Give our Neighborhoods a Say at City Hall!"
What are Clean Elections?
Yes, I would like to support Clean Elections for the City of San Diego!
Neighborhoods for Clean Elections is a coalition of neighborhood groups and leaders from every corner of San Diego: from Rancho Bernardo to San Yisdro, from Pacific Beach to Encanto. We are Republicans, Democrats and Independents. We are seniors and youth, families and singles, Asians, Anglos, Latinos and African-Americans.
Clean Elections will provide a voluntary system of public campaign financing that will curb the power of special interests at City Hall. Arizona, Maine, Connecticut, Albuquerque and other jurisdictions already have Clean Elections.
The San Diego City "Clean Elections Initiative"
is endorsed by:
Activist San Diego
League of conservation Voters
League of Woman Voters
OWL - Older Women's League
San Diego Imperial Counties Labor Council AFL-CIO
Women Occupy San Diego
23 town councils, community councils and community associations:
Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council
Mira Mesa Town Council
Broadway Heights Community Council
Mission Beach Town Council
Chollas View Neighborhood Council
Normal Heights Community Association
City Heights Town Council
North Park Community Association
Clairemont Town Council
Ocean Beach Town Council
College Area Community Council
Pacific Beach Town Council
El Cerrito Community Council
Rancho Penasquitos Town Council
Emerald Hills Neighborhood Council
Redwood Village Community Council
Hillcrest Town Council
Rolando Community Council
La Jolla Town Council
Rolando Park Community Council
Linda Vista Town Council
Rosemont Neighborhood Council
Serra Mesa Community Council
♦ Neighborhoods for Clean Elections
P.O. Box 16066
San Diego CA 92176
Give Neighborhoods a Say!
John Hartley, Coordinator 619-299-8870 firstname.lastname@example.org