Will David beat Goliath on election night?

PG&E has spent $46.1 million in a bold attempt to purchase constitutional protection for their monopoly. The No On 16 campaign, largely run by volunteers on a shoestring budget of $80,000, has amassed endorsements from over 60 newspapers, 100 municipalities, and scores of civic and environmental groups. The race is predicted to be close—here’s how to reach No On 16 on election night.

For Immediate Release: June 7th, 2010

Will David beat Goliath on election night? Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has spent $46.1 million in a bold attempt to purchase constitutional protection for their monopoly over northern California. The No On 16 campaign, largely run by volunteers on a shoestring budget of $80,000, has amassed endorsements from over 60 newspapers, 100 municipalities, and scores of civic and environmental groups. The race is predicted to be close—here’s how to reach No On 16 on election night:

ON CAMERA SPOKESPEOPLE AVAILABLE BEGINNING AT 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 8:

San Francisco
Otis Lounge
25 Maiden Lane, off Kearney between Geary and Post

Sacramento
Restaurant 1022
1022 Second St. in Old Sacramento

San Diego
Jim Metropolus, Sierra Club, call: 916.715.8217 (cell)