Posts Tagged ‘Hays County Props 1 & 2’

Can Indy Texans Score a Triple Play in this Election?

If independents score a triple play tomorrow — in Austin, Hays and Bastrop — it will be because you agree that teeth_cigar_smoking_lg_clrdemocracy is not a spectator sport.

1 No on Prop 1 in Austin, 2 No on Props 1&2 in Hays County
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3 FOR all five Props 1-5 in the City of Bastrop

Big turnout tomorrow can easily work for us — the grassroots. Our very simple plan is to hand voters a flier to read while standing in line. Join us anytime between 7 am and 7 pm — more details below, including things you can do from home. You can even print out your own fliers.

Ahand_thumbs_up_ty_clrsk Bastrop city voters to vote FOR all city propositions (Props 1 thru 5), on the back of their ballot. County and city voters can read our endorsements page for an urgent emergency management issue and some good people running for local office that we support.

hand_thumbs_down_ty_clrAsk Austinites to vote No on Prop 1. This massive $720 million “transportation” bond is really a big giveway to the Austin Growth Machine that is wreaking havoc in our region. The flier linked on this page can be printed out. We also have plenty of extras for you to pick up and take to your poll. Like and share away! (And y’all Austinites know you can vote at any poll tomorrow, right?)

hand_thumbs_down_ty_clrAsk Hays Countians to vote No on Props 1&2 — the $106 million unneccessary jail expansion and  $131 million roads to nowhere bonds. We need more hands to give this fliers out to voters at the polls.  We have a few paid positions still open for tomorrow. Send your friends to SaveHays.com for some well-researched information. Call or text the cell below if you can help.

As always, contact us anytime!

Have fun tomorrow — this election will soon be over — yippee! 🙂

 

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Guess who will decide this election, including Hays County Props 1 & 2

Independents — now 42% of America — will decide this election. This is screen-shot-2016-11-06-at-2-06-21-pmespecially true in Hays County as more and more Millennials (the majority of whom now identify as independents) have moved to Hays County seeking the affordability that would allow them to raise a family.

QUESTION:  Guess who is trying to saddle this generation with the $237.8 million additional debt for an unnecessary jail expansion and roads to nowhere — Props 1&2? 

Answer: The Hays County Commissioners Court – led by Commissioner Will Conley.

Conley even had the nerve to defend Hays County’s official Facebook page deleting posts from citizens raising questions about their taxes AND Props 1 & 2.

Conley just said in open court that for the county to answer these questions, “would be a waste of taxpayer money.” (Click on the 40 second video and see for yourself).

Vote No on Props 1 & 2 and help us reach voters with this half-page handy flier.

You can print it out and take it to the polls or we can get you some.

Of course, lots of great information has been gathered for you to share from the SaveHays.com website.

Those little fliers can make a huge difference if you hand ’em out right there at your poll site as folks will be standing in line. Just make sure you stay outside of the 100 foot marker.

Thank you, Hays Countians!

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Austin is Not Developers’ Monopoly Board

Sign it, if you live in Austin

Austin is Not Developers' Monopoly Board

Dear Mayor Adler and Austin City Council Members:

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Why don't you share this with your friends, please:

Make Growth Pay for Itself

No Vista Ridge/San Antone Hose

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