Thursday, December 22, 2011

How you can help

1. Complete, sign and mail to me the ballot access petition.

2, Email or pass out to friends and business acquaintances the Leaflet/ballot access petition.

3. Call in to radio talk shows and mention me.  Here is some information about talk shows:

WAPI100.5 FM & 1070 AM  -- call-in #s  944-1070 or 741-1005Three local talk show hosts on the FM side of the dial (100.5 FM)At 2:00, the AM programming (1070 AM) switches to Sean Hannity instead of the local, Richard Dixon (on 100.5 FM)  Matt Murphy:  6:00--10:00 a.m. ---Side-kick/producer is David Sears. Regulars are Kyle Whitmire, formerly of the Birmingham Weekly and now of Weld for Birmingham every Friday and Bham News columnist John Archibald on either Mondays or Wednesdays..  Regular legal/financial guest is Jay St. Clair. 
Leland Whaley:  10:00 a.m.--2:00 p.m.---- Whaley is a former news reporter, aide to Bob Riley, campaign strategist, and investment broker. Side-kick/producer is A.J.
Richard Dixon:  2:00--6:00 p.m.

WYDE, 101.1 FM, The Source: local talk show hosts (national includes Laura Ingraham, 9:00-11:00): Michael Hart: 6:00-9:00 a.m., Lee Davis: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., West: 7:00-9:00 p.m., 

4. I would like to get out in public places with a signboard and with Leaflet/Petitions to hand out.  The signboard could read simply

AL 6th

The oral greeting to passerby's might be "I am trying to get on the ballot in the 6th Congressional district as an Independent.  My platform is to end corruption and gridlock in Washington DC.  I need 7000 signatures by January 13th."  The best would be to get petitions signed on the spot.  Second best would be to get peitions filled out but not signed and giving a telephone number for making a follow up call to see if the person has made a decision to be willing to sign.  It's hard to know whether this campaign will progress to this step.  If it does, it would be nice to have helpers doing this in multiple public places.

5. I am doing a lot of emailing.  Having helpers who do emailing too would be great.

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