Join Me and Save Dallas


Here’s what’s going on:

Many of you moved to Dallas and live here because of the opportunities available to you. You moved here because Dallas is a growing city.

Dallas has been losing everything of value to the suburbs. We lost the Cowboys to Arlington. Nokia Theatre is in Grand Prairie. The Texas Motor Speedway is in Fort Worth instead of on I-20 in Oak Cliff. Don’t you want to do things in Dallas?

More than $2.5 billion dollars of economic impact and $800 million in direct spending is waiting for us if we VOTE NO! One group is trying to prevent that from getting to Dallas.

If Dallas becomes less business-friendly, we lose. The economic future and opportunities of our generation depends on whether or not we VOTE NO!

We didn’t like the last Mayor because she shot down every project and now we have a Mayor with great ideas for a great city. We need to have his back!

How it affects you

Dallas will be become a ghost town.

We won’t be able to bring back and build up South Dallas, Oak Cliff, Pleasant Grove, and West Dallas unless we VOTE NO!

No more places in Dallas like West Village, Mockingbird Station, and Uptown.

If Dallas can’t bring big events to downtown, finance economic development, and recruit companies, this city will dry up! The more we lose, the more jobs leave Dallas, and the less opportunity you have to succeed. That’s not why you came to Dallas!

Here’s what you need to do

They have more money but we have more people!

If you want Dallas to continue to grow, you need to come to our rally on Wednesday April 29th in front of City Hall.

Music starts at 4PM and the speakers start at 5:30–guest speakers include Veronica Torres of the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau, Michael Davis of Dallas Progress blog, Ron King of Media, and others.

Are you going to let one group stand in the way of YOUR future?

Come hang out with 1,000 of your friends and learn why we must fight for our city.


When: Wednesday 4/29 – music starts at 4PM

Where: City Hall Plaza, Akard and Young Street, at the fountain (google map)

Parking is along streets and behind City Hall


Early Voting: April 27, 2009May 5, 2009

Early voting locations

Election Day: Saturday May 9th.

Here is all the information you need to cast your vote.

Check your voter registration by name or address

Demonstration of Touch Screen Voting Machine (Flash player required)

Services Available to Voters with Special Needs in Texas

State of Texas Early Voting Rules

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