More than 2500 People Hit the Streets of L.A. County to Get-Out-the-Vote for ‘Yes on Prop. 30’ & ‘No on Prop. 32’


Contact: Caroline O’Connor, 213-400-8401, coconnor@launionaflcio•org  (coconnor@launionaflcio•org)  


More than 2500 People Hit the Streets of L.A. County
to Get-Out-the-Vote for ‘Yes on Prop. 30’ & ‘No on Prop. 32’
Election Night Party to follow at Dodger Stadium after polls close

 (Los Angeles, CA)—More than 2500 people will be trained and dispatched out of 23 locations across Los Angeles County (including Lancaster) to Get-Out-the-Vote to pass Proposition 30 and defeat Proposition 32. This is the largest Get-Out-the-Vote (GOTV) effort for Proposition 30 and against Proposition 32 in the state of California.

Contact Caroline O’Connor, Communications Director, at 213-400-8401 to follow a pair of volunteers knocking on doors and talking to voters on Election Day, interview volunteers and/or shoot B-roll footage of campaign activity.

WHAT: Thousands of Volunteers Knock on Doors & Get-Out-the-Vote on Election Day for ‘Yes on 30’ and ‘No on 32’

WHEN: Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2012 from 10am-8pm

WHERE: LA County Federation of Labor, 2130 W. James M. Wood Blvd., Los Angeles, 90006
IATSE Local 80, 2520 West Olive Street, Burbank, CA 91505
Salon de la Plaza, 1866 E. 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033
Community Coalition, 8101 S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90044

VISUALS: Bustling offices and parking lots filled with volunteers being trained and dispatched to precinct walk
Campaign banners, signs and literature everywhere you look.
Volunteers walking in neighborhoods, knocking on doors and talking to voters

Interviews available in English and Spanish


WHAT:  Election Night Party at Dodger Stadium for ‘No on 32,’ ‘Yes on 30’ and More

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, Los Angeles County Democratic Party, No on Proposition 32, Yes on Proposition 30, Yes on Proposition 34, Yes on Measure J, Yes on Measure N, Yes on Measure O

Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Doors open & Election Party begins at 8:30PM
News trucks and crews live feed set-up time is 5PM
Media check-in opens at 7PM

Stadium Club, Dodger Stadium. 1000 Elysian Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA

  Maria Elena Durazo, leader of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
Eric Bauman, head of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party
Hundreds of volunteers from No on 32, Yes on 30, Yes on 34, Yes on J, Yes on N & Yes on O
Dozens of L.A. County elected officials and candidates

Enter via Gate A from Elysian Park Ave. and follow the blue line on the ground through the parking lot to the right of the stadium.
Cars park in front of the Stadium Club in Lot L; NEWS TRUCKS PARK IS IN LOT J.

News trucks arrive at 5PM. Trucks need at least 500 feet of cable. Park in Lot J.

Media must RSVP for credentials. Email name(s), outlet and contact information to Caroline O’Connor at

Password protected wi-fi will be made available to media. Ethernet & phone lines are not available.
For on-site media-related logistics: Caroline O’Connor – 213.400.8401 / coconnor@launionaflcio•org  (coconnor@launionaflcio•org)  .

More than 600 volunteers watching election results
Stage filled with speakers announcing results and volunteers holding signs
Dodger Stadium Club overlooks the ball field
Campaign banners and signs

One-on-one interviews available in English and Spanish.


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