Use these logos
Link to our site
Include our site
Email your friends
Place articles in
Talk to your
Print and share pages
from this guide
If you're like us, you're fed up with
and political campaigns waged through 30-second TV spots.
Now you can do something about it!
Want to help the California Voter Foundation?
We'll get straight to the point:
Would you believe the entire CVF staff consists of two full-time employees? It's
true! CVF works on an operating budget of less than $200,000 a year. We succeed in
delivering all of this great information because we make a point of collaborating
with other organizations to maximize our resources. We also contract with consultants
for some of our services, like technological support, accounting, and public relations,
and involve student volunteers in our efforts.
But we need to hire more staff to take full advantage of the enormous potential
the Internet offers to revolutionize the way politics is practiced in this state
and nation. In 1999 CVF will launch a new membership program, designed to provide
an ongoing source of revenue for CVF that will ensure we can continue to provide
the public with Internet access to election and government information for many years
CVF is now recruiting 1000 charter members for our new membership program. You can
help us meet this goal by signing up as a CVF charter member right now using our
online membership form.
Your tax-deductible contribution will also help secure CVF's long-term sustainability.
CVF accepts in-kind contributions as well. Please contribute whatever you can - $50,
$100, $250, $500 - to CVF. If your employer has a charitable giving program, you
can also help CVF by encouraging your employer to make a contribution.
Remember, all contributions to CVF are
Write out your check to the California Voter Foundation and mail it today!
HELP SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT
THE 1998 CALIFORNIA ONLINE VOTER GUIDE!
You can help publicize CVF's voter guide in several ways:
Use this publicity blurb.
Here's a short publicity blurb you can use to help publicize our site:
The 1998 California Online Voter Guide is a nonpartisan web site packed with election
information and designed to give voters the tools they need to make informed decisions
at the polls. The site can be found on the Internet at http://www.calvoter.org.
On November 3, California voters will cast ballots in 52 congressional races, 100
state legislative races and nine statewide office races, in addition to making decisions
on twelve state ballot measures and numerous local issues and races. The California
Online Voter Guide helps voters sort it all out and provides quick access to vital
election information and more than 200 campaign links in a useful, time-saving format.
The California Online Voter Guide is produced by the California Voter Foundation,
a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to applying new technologies to provide
the public with access to the information needed to participate in public life in
a meaningful way.
Use these logos. Please feel
free to copy and use either of the two logos for creating links or for printing in
to our site. You can link directly to the 1998 General Election edition
of the California Online Voter Guide:
OR you can link to our homepage:
Email your friends
and coworkers about our site.
If you belong to a local
or statewide organization that publishes a newsletter,
ask them to mention our voter guide in an upcoming issue.
Ask your employer
to link to our site and send an email announcement to all the employees in your workplace.
If you work in the news
media, ask your producers and editors to make sure our web site address
-- www.calvoter.org -- is included in your election coverage.
You can print pages
from this guide and make copies to share with your friends, family and
coworkers, especially those who don't have easy access to the Internet.
SIGN THE CVF
The California Voter Foundation welcomes your comments and feedback. The entries
made in our guestbook demonstrate the enormous interest in, and support for CVF's
resources. Please take a moment to add
your comments to our guestbook.
SUBSCRIBE TO CVF-NEWS
A subscription to CVF-NEWS,
our free, electronic newsletter, will keep you informed about new features at CVF's
web site, and other news about the Internet and California politics. More than 1,000
people subscribe to CVF-NEWS, and enjoy the convenience of having important and worthwhile
political information delivered straight to their email boxes. To subscribe, simply
write to Kim Alexander, the editor of CVF-NEWS, at email@example.com
and asked to be added to the distribution list.