A few weeks ago, there was “Drive for Change,” an appeal to California Democrats to pack their bags and travel to battleground states and campaign for the Democratic presidential ticket.
Plenty of folks are doing it, too. In fact, the response has overwhelmed Obama campaign organizers in Nevada who fear the locals — who often view Californians with considerable and well-deserved scorn — will see it as an invasion. (I lived in Northern Nevada for many years and I know of what I speak.)
Lots of local candidates and state ballot measures need precinct walkers, too, he argues.
“This is California,” he wrote. “We have the people right here in this state to defeat these terrible props, and accomplish our goals. But we need some progressives to stay here in California.”