Help save the death penalty in California

Californians for Death Penalty Reform & Savings (CDPRS) has been working hard to collect enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. However, their work is far from over. In order to keep pushing hard towards the signature turnin deadline, they NEED YOUR HELP.

The campaign has a tremendous opportunity next Tuesday at 4 PM. The campaign co-chairman, San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos, will be on Southern California’s top talk radio show – The John & Ken Show – talking about the campaign and asking people to go to sites all across the Southland to sign petitions.

That’s where they need your help. They need volunteers to staff petition stations all across Los Angeles County, Orange County, the Inland Empire, and Ventura County. They will have a 50,000 watt megaphone to ask Southern Californians to sign the petitions. And they’re hoping to collect thousands of signatures in just one hour.

Can you help save the death penalty in California?

Let them know if you will be able to man a site and help gather signatures for the campaign at 4 PM next Tuesday (April 5th).

Send us an email to info@deathpenaltyreform.com. They will assign you a location near your home or work or wherever convenient. You may also call the campaign at 800-372-6417. They will have petition sheets at each location along with instructions on collecting signatures.

EVERY signature helps the CDPRS Campaign Team get closer to qualifying and bringing a measure to voters in November that will save taxpayers millions and bring justice to victims families.

The Association of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA), the collective bargaining agent representing nearly 1,000 Deputy District Attorneys who work for the County of Los Angeles, supports Californians for Death Penalty Reform and Savings. Other supporters that provide major funding for CDPRS include the Peace Officers Research Association of California Political Issues Committee (PORAC PIC) and Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs State PIC.

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