Sutter is traveling the state to rally supporters of Prop 30, the only measure that stops cuts to education in California, while also avoiding steep tuition hikes and investing in our schools and colleges.
His schedule calls for a 2pm visit to headquarters at 1654 Second Street for a Yes on Prop 30 phone banking event. Everyone who spends at least one hour calling Marin voters to make the case for passing Prop 30 has the opportunity to pose for a picture with California’s first corgi. Prop 30 phone bankers also receive a limited edition Sutter Brown trading card as a souvenir of this unique campaign effort.
To keep all eyes on the ball (in this case, generating calls for Prop 30), Sutter is asking his future canine friends to remain at home for this event and await news about future openings for playdates on his post election calendar.
Phone bankers will be provided with finely tuned scripts to guide them through calls, and staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Patricia Ravitz at (415) 488-6501 or drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.