Spread the Word about Sandy Pope

March 10, 2011: Find out about upcoming Sandy Pope events and get the tools you need to help spread the word about her campaign for Teamster President.

Download the Pages Hoffa Doesn’t Want You to See

Download eight pages of new campaign flyers, including seven steps Sandy Pope will take to rebuild our union, five things Sandy can do better than Hoffa, and much more.

 

Meet Sandy Pope

Members are planning Sandy Pope campaign events this month in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Brooklyn. For more details, call the campaign at 718-282-0282, or email info [at] sandypope2011.org.

 

Hoffa’s Smear Campaign and the Facts

Hoffa Jr. can’t run on his failed record, so he’s lying about Sandy Pope’s.

Hoffa knows how to twist the facts. He was a corporate lawyer after all. It’s time to set the record straight. Get the facts.

Sandy Pope Campaign Raffle

Can you help sell raffle tickets to raise money for Sandy’s campaign?

The first prize is $1,000. Tickets are one for $10, or five for $20. The drawing will be held on May 22. Find out more and order tickets.

Join the Sandy Pope Campaign Team

Join the team that’s working to help elect Sandy Pope.

Click here to sign up for email updates.

Don’t do email? Call the campaign to get all of the materials you need: (718) 282-0282.


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