Political Action Committee

Political Action Committee:

A. Track opportunities for local elected offices, recruit, train and support candidates for partisan and non-partisan offices, and make recommendations for endorsements and contributions to the Central Committee

 

B. Coordinate the neighborhood leader program and related voter registration drives and ‘get out the vote’ efforts, distribution of slate cards and candidate literature

 

C. Research and make recommendations on pending initiative petitions and ballot measures

 

D. Assist with coordinated campaign activities for general elections

 

E. Success is measured by:

 

I. Number of participating neighborhood leaders

 

II. Number of candidates recruited

 

III. Number of doors knocked

 

IV. Campaign successes