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Six ways you can help the campaign.

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6 ways you can help.

Dear Yes On P Supporter,

There are only 18 days left till the election, and ballots have already dropped for many Fresno voters. Have you done your part to help pass Measure P? If you’ve been wanting to get involved, now is the time.

Here are the six best ways you can help the

Yes On P Campaign:

1. Knock on doors. Canvassing is our #1 campaign need, and we are looking for supporters who are willing to spend an afternoon or an evening telling neighbors about the benefits of Measure P. We provide training, a precinct map / house list, and materials. Sign-Up Online.

2. Get a yard sign. Show your neighborhood support for Yes On P with a small yard sign. If you own commercial property on a high-traffic street in Fresno and want a larger 4’x4′ sign, reply and let us know. Learn more online.

3. Volunteer at an event. There are several community events coming up in the next 18 days where we could use volunteer help. Reply to this email with your interest and we will send you a list of event opportunities.

4. Monitor local media. We need volunteers who can listen to local, talk radio stations and let us know when Measure P is being discussed. Call-in to provide your point of view, or let us know so we can make sure accurate information is being shared. Reply to this email and we’ll get you on the media monitoring schedule.

5. Donate. Your contribution to the Yes On P campaign will help ensure we have the resources needed to communicate with Fresno voters about our efforts to bring cleaner, safer neighborhood parks to Fresno. Donate online.

6. Vote. By mail or on November 6th, vote YES on Measure P!

Paid for by Yes on P, Fresno for Clean, Safe Neighborhood Parks: A Coalition of Parents, Seniors, and Community Leaders, Sponsored by the Central Valley Community Foundation; committee major funding from:
Central Valley Community Foundation
David L. McDonald
Lyles Foundation.


Fresno for Parks · 5260 N Palm Ave #122 · Fresno, CA 93704 · USA

Meet Our Candidates – Local

Fresno Board of Supervisors District 3: Sal Quintero

Fresno City Council District 2: Mike Karabassi

Fresno City Council District 2: Oscar Sandoval

Fresno City Council District 4: Tyler Maxwell

Mayor of Fresno: Andrew Janz

Mayor of Fresno: Elliot Balch

SCCCD Measure C&E Bond Update Newsletter



Hello Everyone,


Please find attached State Center Community College District’s latest Measure C & E Bond Newsletter updates.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lucy Ruiz, Executive Director of Public and Legislative Relations, at 559-244-5988 or


Best regards, 


Roseanne Susoeff

Administrative Aide

Public and Legislative Relations

State Center Community College District

1525 E. Weldon Ave.

Fresno, CA  93704

(559) 244-5969