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Volunteers Needed: Jason West for Mayor campaign

Want to make a trip to the beautiful Village of New Paltz?
It’s only about 2 1/2 hours from Babylon, LI and about 2 hours from NYC.Fellow Greens,

Greens from around New York State urge you to volunteer to work on Mayor Jason West’s re-election campaign. Time is running out! Election Day is Tuesday May 1st, 2007, Jason could really use our help with the voter identification and Get-Out-The-Vote efforts.

Volunteers are needed for:

Door to door canvassing
Posting signs and event notices
Leafleting
Phone banking
Campus outreach
Data entry
Voter identification
Sign making

Volunteers will be needed on an ongoing base from now until May 1st
with special needs for:

Weekdays 4-9pm
Weekends 10am-9pm
and
Tuesday, May 1st, Election Day from 6:30am-9pm

Every Sunday evening from 6-10pm the campaign will host a “Sundays at
the Oasis” party, so be sure to stay for the food, drinks and live music.

We expect the election to be close, your help is critical in delivering this important Green victory! New Paltz is a beautiful village with some great local Greens and a wonderful Mayor.

Getting to New Paltz is easy!

Carpooling:
NYS Thruway Route 87 to Exit 18
Take a left off the exit on to Main Street Route 299
Go about 1 mile on Main Street into the village
Take a Left onto Plattekill Ave (look out for the Starbucks on the corner)
The Village hall will be on your right, you can park there

Bus:
12561Trailways Bus Terminal,139 Main St., New Paltz
1-800-776-7548
6am-Midnight Mon-Fri, 7am-Midnight Sat & Sun
(Additional Bus Stop at NYS Thruway Exit 18 Park & Ride)
Walk Down hill on Main St for about a block
Take a Left onto Plattekill Ave (look out for the Starbucks on the corner)
The Village hall will be on your right, you can park there

To let the campaign know you are coming, please contact:

Matthew L. Edge
Field Director/Volunteer Coordinator
Campaign to Re-elect Jason West
845-853-4387
democracymatt@yahoo.com / democracymatt at yahoo dot com

If you would like to make a financial contribution for Jason West’s re-election campaign, checks can be sent to:

“Friends of Jason West”
c/o Warren Shanahan – Treasurer,
136 North Chestnut St., Apt. 8D,
New Paltz NY 12561.

Please spread the word around to Greens in your area. We are extremely grateful for everyone’s help and we look forward to seeing everyone in New Paltz!

One Response

  1. [...] Whether we are Greens or not, we support the third party and think it’s more than required, if we’re a left site, that we note it. For instance, Jason West is running for re-election as mayor of New Paltz. Those who care about issues like equality should know his name. This Monday, Ralph Nader will be showing his support for West via a screening of the documentary An Unreasonable Man and by signing copies of his book The Seventeen Traditions. That’s Monday, six-thirty p.m. at the Rosendale Theater. (Nader will also be participating in a question and answer session.) On The Wilder Side, which is one of the five sites we still need to link to, has more information on that appearance in this post. [...]

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