What It Takes to Win

Yes on Measure J
Adam Scow, California Director of Food & Water Watch

Tuesday, September 4th, 7:00pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
490 Aquajito Rd., Carmel (Aquajito at Highway 1 and 68)
Volunteers and Supporters Only

This is it! We’re kicking off the final phase of the Public Water Now campaign. People will start voting on Measure J only six weeks from now with absentee ballots. We need to be ready to start walking neighborhoods, handing our flyers and talking with folks the weekend of September 8th.

Adam Scow will be our guest. Adam has grass roots experience organizing campaigns like ours. He knows what it takes to win. Food & Water Watch has been a great ally in our campaign. We’re excited to learn more from Adam’s insight and experience. Don’t miss this opportunity.

Adam oversees the California Food & Water Watch program, which tackles some of California’s greatest challenges to the long-term health of its water, energy and food. Adam has guided several successful statewide and local campaigns towards protecting California’s water as a public resource and is an often cited expert on California water issues in national media publications including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post. 

Get ready, get set, go. The finish line is in sight!
Yes On J yard sign

We’ll have these new YES on J yard signs, brochures and buttons for you to take home on the 4th. We’ll introduce you to your city coordinator and have precinct walking lists for you.


Will you come?