Members clock hundreds of hours for endorsed candidates

CFA members are rocking the vote and campaign work for the November General Election.

During the first two days of CFA’s Assembly, held Oct. 17-19, we logged 150 hours of phone banking for two of our endorsed statewide candidates and Proposition 47, resulting in 2,500 calls placed.

“CFA activists called their colleagues to stress the importance of electing Betty Yee as State Controller and Tom Torlakson as Superintendent for Public Instruction, as well as to urge a Yes vote on Prop. 47, felony sentencing reform,” said Kevin Wehr, chair of CFA’s Political Action and Legislative Committee.

“Now is the perfect moment to talk to potential voters about the several important issues, as absentee ballots should to be mailed in the coming weeks.”

If you are interested in volunteering for campaign work, please contact your campus chapter.

Don’t forget to cast your ballot for the 2014 General Election. Click here to see CFA’s endorsed candidates and proposition.