It’s Earth Day! Remember to Vote!

If for some reason you haven’t gotten your ballot in the mail, you can vote in person at Union Station up until 8 pm tonight.

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Flyer in Spanish

For printing – or contact us if you’d like some printed.

http://transitriders.org/pdf/SOM_Flyer_Espanol.pdf

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What do 17% cuts mean?

This infographic from Sightline Institute’s blog helps to visualize it:

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Wednesday, April 2: Rally for Public Transit

Come rally at Westlake Park from 12:00 to 2:00 on Wednesday, April 2, the day ballots are mailed!  Listen to speakers, and stop by TRU’s table to pick up flyers and posters, a button or a Save Our Metro shirt.

Expect your ballot by April 5!

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Tired of Traffic? Vote YES on Prop 1!

Do your car-driving friends and relatives need some persuasion to vote for public transit? Here’s an adorable video made by Metro drivers Mark LaFalce and Linda Anderson. Please share far and wide!

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Campaign Kickoff Event: Monday, March 17

Come on out and help the Transit Riders Union get this campaign rolling!  Are you a Metro rider? Then we need YOU to pitch in if we’re going to succeed in saving our bus service and winning an affordable low income fare.  Join us at our kickoff event next Monday, where you can sign up to volunteer with our street teams, take home a stack of flyers and posters, and get a button and a shirt. There will be refreshments, and we’ll keep it brief so that we can go out and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day afterwards.

Save Our Metro Campaign Kickoff
Monday, March 17, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Labor Temple, Hall #8
2800 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121

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Take Action!

Take action to stop bus cuts and win a $1.25 reduced fare for all low income riders!

www.saveourmetro.org

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