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The Water Cooler Bubble Up Report Date: October 9th, 2012 From: Advancement Project Re: Yes on Prop 38 Releases Two Sta...

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Bubble Up Report Date: October 9th, 2012 From: Advancement Project Re: Yes on Prop 38 Releases Two Statewide TV Spots LA County Office of Child Care Releases Prop 38 Impacts Assessment Ways Your Organization can Support Prop 38 Ways You can Support Prop 38 Countdown to Election 2012: Voter Information

Ensure a Bright Future for California's Youngest Learners with Prop 38 Do you know that Prop 38 is the ONLY proposition on the November ballot that guarantees increased funding for children from birth to age five? Do you want young children to have a voice in the upcoming election? Do you want to be part of a transformative investment in early childhood education in California? You can make that happen at the ballot box this November.

Yes on Prop 38 Releases Two Statewide TV Spots! 1

The LA County Office Of Child Care has Released an Assessment of the Impacts of Prop 38, both for LA County and 2

Statewide! Are you interested in providing non-partisan, neutral information to educate voters about Prop 38’s effect on early childhood programs? Do you work for a government, non-partisan agency that focuses on early care and education? Check out the links below for non-partisan information that you can share widely.

CLICK HERE to view and download the statewide impacts document CLICK HERE to view and download the LA County impacts document The Los Angeles County Office of Child Care created these materials for information purposes only. It does not imply the County or the Office of Child Care’s endorsement.

Ways YOUR ORGANIZATION Can Support Prop 38 and CA's Early Learners: There are many ways that nonprofits can work on or support ballot initiatives. Click here for more information about the regulations and opportunities that apply to your organization! Consider distributing an impacts document to your network! Click here for the LA County Office of Child Care's assessment of Prop 38, or click here for a "Yes on 38" fact sheet detailing the impacts the proposition will have on young children and their families. Consider creating your own regional impact document, similar to the one HERE, created for the Los Angeles region by the LA County Office of Child Care!

Ways YOU Can Support Prop 38 and CA's Youngest Learners: Click here to download and distribute information about exactly what Prop 38 will do for our youngest learners and their families! 3

Click here to endorse or volunteer! Click here to create and/or vote on supporter videos as a part of the Prop 38 video contest! You can find other ways to support Prop 38 by clicking here! http://www.prop38forlocalschools.org Scroll down for information about registering to vote and getting out the vote to ensure turnout for Prop 38!

Countdown to Election 2012

Here is all of the information you need to register and vote! 1. 2. 3. 4.

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You can now register to vote ONLINE (deadline is October 22nd): click here to register now You still have time to apply to vote absentee (deadline is October 30th): click here for more information State law allows time for you to vote during your workday if needed: click here for more information For more information on voting in CA, including registration, absentee, and finding your polling place, please click here Election Day: Tuesday, November 6th, with the polls open until 8:00pm

In order to maximize turnout, we must all reach out to friends, family members and colleagues to ensure that they are registered and prepared to vote on November 6th!

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