A challenge was recently issued by the Yes on Prop 8 committee to the No on Prop 8 committee and
Superintendent of Public School Instruction Jack O’Connell to publically debate the issue of what is now and what will be taught about same-sex relationships and marriage if Prop 8 does not pass. If
such a debate were to happen, Superintendent O’Connell’s misstatements about (1) children not being taught about same-sex relationships and marriage; (2) parents having the right to advance notice about such classes; and, (3) parents having the right to opt their children out of such classes, will be properly and factually presented to the California voting public.
Please email, phone or otherwise contact the following people to demand the debate and contact television and radio stations to help bring this needed public debate before the people of California.
Stress that because of the historic public interest, unhealthy divisiveness among voters which has led to violence, and, the serious potential for misleading the California Electorate by both sides, it is imperative that a public debate be handled by a respected neutral moderator as in the Presidential elections. Please be assertive and demanding as a California voter, but please do not make threats or
personal attacks against anyone – stay on the issue that Californian’s need a fair public debate on Proposition 8 before November 4th:
No on Prop 8 campaign [email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Phones # Los
Angeles: (323) 957-4741; San Diego: (619) 379-8585; San Francisco:
(415) 252-8132 ].
Hon. Jack O’Connell, Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1430 N
Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; Phone 916-319-0800 email@example.com
Gavin Payne, Chief Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1430 N
Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; 916-319-0794 firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Merle, Executive Director, State Board of Education, 1430 N
Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; Phone 916-319-0699 email@example.com