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Monday, February 18, 2008

Phone calling- Block walking-Placing signs-Greeting for Quico

Quico Canseco (photo)
Cong. Dist. 23 candidate

In order for Quico to beat Ciro Rodriguez in November we first need to finish up the primary. Our early momentum has paid off and we will soon be engaged in a general election fight. However we need your help to see this first leg of the campaign to a successful conclusion.

We have several areas that will need attention over the next two weeks. Please let me know if you can help with any of the following.

1. Phone calling
a) We need people who can spend some time on the phone calling Republican voters and reminding them to vote and telling them that we need QUICO as our Republican nominee!
b) Calls can be made at your own pace, from your own home. You can make calls only to the local area or, if you have a phone plan that allows it, we have people in 20 counties that need attention.

2. Block-walking
a) We will be block-walking during the week every afternoon in Bexar County and Medina County. If you can help in either Bexar or Medina County next week please let me know
b)This weekend we will again be block-walking in Bexar County

3. Placing signs at polling locations
This activity will begin tomorrow night for your early voting locations; also the night of March 3rd
a) If you can help this week or on the night of March 3rd, please let me know so I can arrange for you to get signs

4. Greeting at Polling locations
a) On March 4th Election Day, and any day of early voting (particularly Saturday the 23rd and Sunday the 24th)
b) This entails simply standing outside your polling location greeting people going in, passing out Quico literature and/or encouraging them to vote for Quico

We are heading down the home stretch and Quico needs your continued support. I hope you will be able to help with some aspect of putting the finishing touches on all yours and Quico’s hard work. Thank you for making this a winning campaign.

Kyle Whatley
Campaign Manager
Quico Canseco for Congress

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