A phone bank has been set up at the Mo Cattlemen’s in Columbia to make phone calls to voters to oppose Prop B. The phone bank will accommodate at least 20 callers and will operate from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily through Saturday, noon to 9:00 pm on Sunday and from 9:00 am until noon on Monday. Automatic dialing and a short script are there so now all we need are people. To sign up and help defeat Prop B, contact Jeff Windett at 573-499-9162 or firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate schedules.
I am also getting more information sent to me about setting this up using my home computer. If you have a high-speed connection (not dial up) you can set up your own at-home phone bank. If you'd like more info on doing this at home email me (email@example.com), as soon as I receive the info I will forward it on to you.
Please help in anyway you can, November is just around the corner.
Proposition B not the right answer to problem--published in the Missourian
Using Your Brain to Think Through Prop B--24th State Blog
Law makers want to expose "truth" of Prop B--Brownfield Ag News
Also see the links to the right and my past Prop B blogs for more information. Thank you for your support.
I wanted to let you know a similar phone bank is also available at Missouri Farm Bureau home office in Jefferson City if that is a closer option– as a fellow producer, we all need to be aware that Proposition B is a critical issue we need to ensure is defeated. MOFB has a call center area set up With a computer program installed to generate the telephone numbers and dial until a live body answers. Callers will have a script to follow so no one will have to “wing it.” Phones will be available beginning at 9:00 a.m. this week. Evening hours are possible if people are available to make calls. Leslie Holloway is the primary contact in the home office and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-893-1410. Jill Fansler can also be contacted; her email is email@example.com, or 573-893-1410.