No on Gridlock, No on Prop L Fundraiser

From No on Gridlock, No on Prop L:

San Francisco voters will be asked to weigh in this November on Proposition L, which is a radical effort to reverse our environmental and transportation policies and send San Francisco backwards.

If you care about helping to build a better transit system, a more walkable and bicycle-friendly city, and reducing car congestion in San Francisco, the No on Gridlock, No on L campaign needs your support to raise money to educate voters.
http://www.nogridlocksf.com/

Please attend this fundraiser. Suggested donation at the door is $20-$100. If you cannot attend this event, please donate online.

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