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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Phillip Baldwin for Russian River Flood Control District!

Coalition for Grassroots Progress
October 21, 2015

You’ve heard it said that every vote counts, and that has never been more true than it is for elections like the Mendocino County Russian River Flood Control & Water Conservation Improvement District election this November.

The Coalition for Grassroots Progress has endorsed former Ukiah City Councilman and long-time progressive Phillip Baldwin, running for one of two seats on this board, and he needs your vote.

If you live outside the district and can’t vote for him, please urge any of your contacts who can vote for him to do so.

The District’s mission statement says it’s there to “manage the water resources of the upper Russian River for the benefit of the people and environment of Mendocino County.” That means all the people of Mendocino County, not just the vineyard interests represented by the two other candidates in this election.

You can read about Phillip Baldwin and his commitment to independence on the district board here.

The District must remain independent of special interests as it makes decisions about water distributions to the city of Ukiah as well as farmers, vineyards and other water districts. Please remember to cast your vote for Phillip Baldwin.

Thank you for your activism and your support,

Jim Mastin, Alice Chan and Anna Givens
~ for the Coalition for Grassroots Progress


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