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Does Cheri Honkala exist? Not according to the Committee of Seventy
Cheri Honkala is running for Sheriff. She's been nominated by a party (the Greens). She's been a community activist - and an activist in other parts of the country - for decades. She has participated in candidate forums and debates. She is running a serious campaign.
Yet the Committee Of Seventy thinks voters don't deserve to know she exists. They have devoted absolutely zero attention to her candidacy, not even giving her the space on their website that other candidates for Sheriff have received. This is WRONG. Just because Cheri has decided not to run with one of the two major parties, that doesn't mean that voters are either a) not interested in her or b) too stupid to understand this.
The good news is that there are two ways you can directly tell the Committee Of Seventy to put Cheri on their website and acknowledge her candidacy. One is an online petition posted at Change.org:
And the other is a twitter petition that goes directly to the Committee of Seventy: