Proposition One is a grassroots movement for disarmament of nuclear weapons and
the conversion of nuclear and other arms industries to provide for human and environmental needs.

The concept was proven viable by the victory of DC Initiative 37.
The bill
has continuously been introduced in Congress since 1994.
Now we are asking you to replicate the Voter Initiative Campaign across the entire country.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Proposition One In 2010 Campaign Road Show

Well, folks, here we go! on the Proposition One In 2010 Road Show!

This summer, we will tour the country to visit every state in the continental U.S. that has the initiative process. We want to meet with you to describe how we managed our Initiative 37 campaign in Washington DC, and to encourage you to let your politicians know that you want Solar Panels and Windmills, Not Missiles and Nukes!

WHY should you care? You mean aside from the environmental devastation already inflicted on humanity by nuclear weapons production, maintenance, and use, and the likelihood that this will increase if we don't bring it to a halt? And shouldn't we support President Obama's April 2009 call for the elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide with a strong show of votes?

HOW can you get involved? Let us know you want to help us with the summer-long educational Proposition One in 2010! Campaign Road Show.

In late June we will head west from the mountains of North Carolina through Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.

If you want us to stop and speak to your group, contact us today!

Jay Marx, Campaign Coordinator and Ellen Thomas, Executive Director
202-682-4282 (DC Office) jaymarx[at]prop1[dot]org 202-210-3886 (Cell) et[at]prop1[dot]org

PO Box 27217, Washington, DC 20038
Yes, We Can ...
Convert the War Machines
Provide for Human Needs
(See next blog to find out more.)

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