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New Color Flyers
Help distribute these half page flyers widely! Tell Paul Shannon at AFSC how many you need and when, and he will print them in color for you. Pass them out at public events, subway stops, anywhere voters gather.
You can also print these flyers yourself -- they look ok in black and white also.
Here are other flyer designs. Feel free to modify to suit -- with local contact info, material about your town or your view of the issues. Send requests or suggestions for improvement to the Materials Committee c/o Cole Harrison (email@example.com, 617-354-2169>.
Half Page Flyer - Version 1 (Motivation)
Half Page Flyers - Version 2 (Issues)
Full page Flyer Insides. Use with either half page flyer as the outside.
Dorchester People for Peace Flyer: Word format
United for Justice with Peace Flyers: Word format
The Coalition has ordered yard signs and rally signs. Both are 18"x24". The yard signs and the first design of the rally signs do not have the question number in; you need to write in the question number for your town with a red magic marker (recruit a volunteer with good penmanship so it looks good). The second design of the rally sign lists Question 4 and is for use in Boston, Cambridge, Brookline and other towns where the B4A is Question 4.
We request donations to cover them ($3.50 for a yard sign, ***NEW REDUCED PRICE*** $1.00 for a rally sign). Please fill in this form to place your order. (Note: for UJP member organizations, UJP will pay half the cost; contact Duncan McFarland, UJP treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange.)
Update, 10/3: the yard signs are in, but are all spoken for. If you want yard signs (or rally signs) but have not ordered them yet, please do so and we can order more. The rally signs are also in and are available.
A presentation on our issues is here. It was presented at the May 6, 2012 Kick-Off Meeting in Boston.
A script for presenting the Referendum at a meeting is here.
A presentation on the Congressional Budget for All and comparing it to the Obama and Ryan budgets is here. It was presented by Jo Comerford of the National Priorities Project at the Budget for All campaign forum in Northampton on October 15, 2012.
Please download these presentations and show them to community, church and campus groups.
View "If Paychecks Could Talk: A People's Guide to the Federal Budget", by the National Priorities Project, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_c_OsHlCL8.
To add your organization’s name to the list of endorsers, fill in this form.
Are you on Twitter? Follow the Budget for All Coalition and tweet using the hashtag #Budget4All!
Where is the Referendum on the Ballot?
The Budget for All Referendum will be on the ballot in 24 state House districts and 8 state Senate districts, covering all or part of 91 cities and towns. A list of the districts, cities and towns is here; a map of them appears at right and can be downloaded. Approximately one million voters will have the B4A on their November ballot.
See the lists of districts we are targeting and the name of the coordinator in each district here. (To get access to edit the spreadsheet, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need a Google id, such as a Gmail address).
See this page for materials we used during the petitioning campaign of April-June 2012.