From faithful commentor Hungry Joe:
Mayoral election in San Diego tomorrow — progressive Alvarez vs. conservative, same-old-same-old, developer-backed Faulconer. Walked a precinct yesterday; will do the same tomorrow, doing knock & drag from about 2pm till about 7:30 (polls close at 8:00). Going to be very, very close.
We all have to put our feet on street. Every time. I do not particularly enjoy precinct-walking; I always hate it for the first 15 minutes, then get into a groove and it’s … well, not fun, but not so bad, either, and I find it enormously gratifying once it’s done. Thing is, it’s necessary. It makes a difference. And it’s something most of us can actually do.
And if you can’t, for whatever reason, you can volunteer in the campaign offices: data entry, putting polling-place stickers on thousands of door-hangers … they’ll find something for you to do.
So if you live in Mr. TBogg’s Neighborhood, don’t forget to vote tomorrow!… and remind your friends, relatives, co-workers what’s at stake as well.
And I’ll use this post for a general bleg: Which 2014 candidates should we be supporting right now? Who could use a BJ ActBlue page, more precinct-walkers, phone-bankers, whatever?