Faculty Take Action! Walking & talking for Prop 55

By now, readers of CFA Headlines know that Proposition 55 on the November 8 ballot is an important “Yes” vote to keep the CSU from losing millions in funding.

“Just getting CSU faculty to vote won’t be enough,” says Lillian Taiz, CFA’s Political Action Chair.

“We need to get the word to thousands of other voters who, like us, face a long list of ballot measures and a lot of conflicting publicity about them,” she says.

Campus CFA Chapters are organizing phone banks and making connections with precinct walk operations in nearby communities. They need you.

Go to “Take Political Action” on the CFA web site to learn how you can help spread the word on campus and in the community to get in touch.

Or, contact your campus CFA Chapter for more information.

 “‘Yes on 55 to Help Students Thrive,’ is our message,” says Taiz. “Just one hour of your time can make all the difference.”

PHOTO: Faculty in the CFA Chapter at San Jose State gather around the table for a phone bank session. Photo by Sue Pak.