How to help the 46th District Campaign
The 46th District is made of of parts of the following cities:
Check the menu on the top/side to enter your zip or address to determine if you are in this district. Or just help anyway.
This is a low/no-dollar campaign.
Instead of donating money, you can take action in only a few minutes.
Text or e-mail your contacts.
Text www.rushman.org to everyone and ask them to spread the word. You can text this video if you like: https://youtu.be/gq6I-PPk99U
You can print flyers and cards
There are PDF files in English, Español, and both (for double-sided printing):
Flyer 1 – English and Español (contact me if you’d like to translate to other languages, we want to reach everyone)
Flyer 1 – English (new on 1/25/20, single sided)
Would you give flyers to your neighbors or workers where you eat or shop?
You can get these flyers printed at ThePrintingTrain.com – 500 flyers for $58.19 if you pick them up. Please let me know before you order in case someone in your area is already doing it. If you want fewer copies, print them, or e-mail me and I’ll give you as many as you want.
Postcard for Republican Voters – English (new on 1/25/20, single sided)
Print these double sided on 6.5″ x 11″ cards and hand out or mail to Republican voters. The message is that in 20 years, no Republican has come close so a vote for the Republican is wasted. An independent has a chance to win in November because voters in this district are sick of both parties but don’t know there is a better candidate. Let’s tell them!
Independent and Democratic Party voter versions are coming soon!
Please be mindful of property owners, your situation and the environment in handing these out. This is a gentle campaign “of, by and for the people.” No person is the enemy, although some choose not to help our people.
You can register to vote and encourage others
ocvote.com – If you’ve moved since last time, you’ll need to register again to update your address. You can also consider changing your party to “No Party Preference,” as I have, or to “American Solidarity Party of California” if you like their platform.