Thursday, October 13, 2011

Conservative Eric Frederick needs more help to win the Phoenix City Council race!

Eric Frederick for Phoenix City Council!
News and Notes from the Campaign Trail 
October 12, 2011 

About Eric
Eric Frederick Campaign Photo
Eric Frederick has lived in the Valley for 6 years.  He came here via Michigan and is happy to trade snow for sunshine.  He has been married for 11 years and has 3 beautiful children.

Eric owns an insurance agency in Phoenix.  His success as a businessowner allows him to see Council issues from a unique perspective.  He is active in many community groups and organizations and looks forward to continuing to serve. 

Learn more about Eric here.  Thank you for your support!

Our Sponsors

Now that we are in a runoff election, the special interests that want to protect the status quo will be spending tens of thousands of dollars to win this race.  We have the right message--we just need the money to get the message out.  Will you help with a  donation today? 

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How Can You Help?

In addition to our weekly walks on Saturday mornings, you can join me any night during the week.  We are out in neighborhoods every single day from 4:30-7:00 pm knocking on doors and talking with voters.  Simply email or call the campaign to find out where we'll be and come join us! 

Call Nights!

Beginning this week, we will be holding call nights Monday through Thursday and Saturdays throughout the month of October.  These call sessions are great for friends and neighborhoods to participate in as we get together in one location to make phone calls to expected voters.  We will be joined in these efforts by the campaigns of Wes Gullet and Brenda Sperduti who are running for Mayor and City Council District 5 respectively.   

The calling session will run each evening.  The campaigns will provide dinner options and beverages, so feel free to come directly from work.  Please RSVP  so that we know how many volunteers will be joining us so that we can purchase an appropriate amount of food.  If you haven't RSVP'd but are able to stop by, please do so!  The more people we have calling, the more people we can reach!
The phone calls during these sessions are very easy to make.  We provide a well thought out script along with answers to Frequently Asked Questions.  In addition, we will have a campaign representative that will be there to answer any questions you might get that you don't feel comfortable answering!   

Whether you join us for a walk or a phone session, please volunteer your time and effort to help stretch out to the finish line.  We can win this election, but we need your efforts to make it happen!

Still an Opportunity!

This past week, we had two fundraisers that helped raise enough money to combat my opponent's nearly unlimited funds.  We are working towards a targeted mailing to high propensity voters and need a little help in getting the money raised for it.  Will you please make a donation today?  Every $5, $10, $25, $50, $100 or maximum contribution of $430 ($860 per couple) will help!  Simply click here to make your contribution!

Calling All Volunteers!

This Saturday, October 15, 2011, is the most important walking day of the campaign!  Early ballots will be mailed this week.  Many families throughout the District will make their decisions this weekend and return their ballots.  With this race expected to be decided by the smallest of margins, it is vitally important that we reach as many people as we can this weekend to get them to fill out their ballots! 

The response we get when we knock on doors continues to be extremely positive!  Some residents express surprise that we would actually have real people in their neighborhoods.  Others don't know that there is a runoff election until we tell them.  Most are very excited that they have a chance to elect New, Forward Leadership to replace the Politics As Usual that so many people are tired of. 

So, whether you've done this before or have thought about helping but something has always "come up", this weekend presents a unique opportunity to truly have an impact on your neighborhood, city, and state.  Please join us for three hours this Saturday, October 15, 2011 and have an impact on the most important local election Phoenix has had in 40+ years!

We will be meeting at the Bagel Gourmet at 16845 N 29th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85053.  The Bagel Gourmet was the site of our first walk during the runoff election and is located in the Fry's Plaza just West of the I-17 on Bell Rd.  We will meet there at 9:30 for a campaign update, instructions and material distribution.  Please invite your friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers out for a couple hours walking!

As always, thank you for your continued support in retiring the career politician in District 1 and electing new, vibrant leadership.  Thank you for your support of Eric Frederick!

Paid for by Team Frederick

Contact Us!
:: 602-748-9780 Phone
3061 W Juana Ct.
Phoenix, AZ 85083

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