Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on April 18th, 2008 at 11:21 am
Portland back in March.
(Photo by Ethan Jewett/Stickeen)
According to Tyler Wardwell, one of Obama’s field organizers in Multnomah County, Obama supporters will meet up at their campaign headquarters in Southeast Portland and set out into the neighborhood for “some green grassroots organizing — biking door-to-door, registering voters and sharing our stories of why we support Barack.”
He says everyone is encouraged to join them and that after their bike-canvassing efforts the group will ride together to the Earth Day festivities at Overlook Park.
Supporters of Sam Adams will also use pedal-power to deliver yards signs and chat with Portlanders on Sunday. Adams plans to show up at his campaign headquarters for a meet-and-greet session prior to the ride.
Here are details of both events:
Canvass by Bike for Barack
Saturday, 4/19 at 11:00
Meet at SE 30th and Division
RSVP and more info here
Yard Sign Delivery By Bike for Sam Adams
1:00pm rain or shine
Meet: Sam Adams’ campaign headquarters (1028 SE Water Avenue)
*Bring a bike trailer or other means of carrying at least 20 lawn signs.
Wouldn’t it be neat if the Adams and Obama camps met up somewhere along the route?