Congratulations Sacramento. We fought. We won. Last night we celebrated.
But today we go back to work and we need your help to raise money for a new surprise, our taxes for being an LLC, and new T-shirts for the only vote that ever mattered which is by the Sacramento City Council.
To help us please click on the “Donate” button which is on the right side of this web site. Any contribution from you will help us and please do so as a family or friend so we can receive your entire contribution. Thank you Sacramento!
Last year we pulled this surprise off. This year we have a new surprise but need to raise money for it.
Last year we packed the City Council Chamber in a sea of white. This year we want to pack it again.
During the summer and fall of 2013, the anti-Sacramento group had every opportunity to have their paid petitioners tell the truth about the arena deal to the voters.
The anti-Sacramento group disenfranchised the voters with their flawed/illegal petitions, secrets & lies. Included in this video is older footage and never before seen footage of the lies told by the paid petitioners.
The voters were deceived. #STOPtheLies
According to today’s article “Sacramento council already voted on the arena” by Marcos Breton, he said “a preliminary ruling is expected Thursday from Sacramento Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley.”
Let’s take a look at some of the documents being used for the court and a look back at some of the lies told by the anti-Sacramento group.
Someone from the anti-Sacramento group has a history with the FPPC, similar to Chris Hansen, failing to report funding by the required deadline.
Chris Hansen’s secret $100,000 paid for voter deception and it was not discovered until over 18,000 signed the anti-Sacramento group’s petitions.
Grassroots? Inexperienced? We don’t think so.
The anti-Sacramento group disenfranchised the voters with their flawed/illegal petitions, secrets & lies.
We noticed there were different petitions used by the anti-Sacramento group but we kept it quiet so they could continue to make their mistake of not following the law.
“Armed with ample resources…raised sufficient resources” -5/10/13
“extremely limited budget” -2/4/14
On May 10, 2013, the anti-Sacramento group said they were armed with ample resources and had their first of nine petitions ready to go on May 19, 2013, which gave them at least nine days to get things ready.