Rogan’s List for May 16, 2023

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May 16, 2023

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  • CA: PHONE BANK FOR HOUSING JUSTICE  WITH WORKING PARTNERSHIPS USAWorking Partnerships USA, based in Silicon Valley works to change the roots of inequality and poverty through collaborative campaigns that promote quality jobs, thriving communities, equitable growth, and a vibrant democracy.  Currently, their focus is on an issue that deeply affects Californians: housing justice. A recent study conducted by Policy Link,  a national institute dedicated to advancing racial and economic justice, has shed light on the various factors contributing to California’s ongoing housing inequity crisis.  These factors include heightened speculation, reduced investments in affordable housing, insufficient renter protections, the criminalization of homelessness, and policies that perpetuate racial inequities for profit. Now, Working Partnerships USA is mobilizing voters to drive change and we can help. We can join them in phoning San Jose voters and advocating for housing justice and renter’s rights. Phone banking will be going on through May, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4:30 – 7pm PDT, so we can pick a time that works for us. No need to worry about experience—they provide training! While we are phoning San Jose voters, this action will also be in concert with the statewide movement “We Are California” contacting voters across the state, so the impact can be significant. Together, we have the power to make a difference, so let’s work towards a fairer and more just society with Working Partnerships USA! Let’s find out more about phone banking for housing justice and renter’s rights with Working Partnerships USA here.   

  • ME – NO LABELS PARTY MISLED VOTERSThe No Labels party may have misled Maine voters who thought they were signing a petition to support getting the party on the ballot.  However, citizens were “actually registering as a member of a new No Labels party.”   The Maine Secretary of State is working on contacting these signers to verify their intentions.  If we think we may be one of those signers, let’s contact the Secretary of State to make sure that our real intentions are honored. 

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