9/11/16: Can Catherine Count on You?

I respect your time, so I’m going to keep this short and sweet: now is when contributions to my campaign for Mayor of Encinitas are most needed.

There are only 58 days until the election, with mail-in voting beginning in four weeks. That’s soon!

Please consider making a donation today to help us get the word out about preserving our paradise with Blakespear for Mayor of Encinitas.

With a lawyer’s professional background, experience on the City Council and an Encinitas family history dating back nearly 100 years, I hope you agree that I’m the most qualified and committed candidate to serve you as our next Mayor.

Each individual can donate up to $250 (couples can donate $500). Every donation matters, and no amount is too small.

Your donation will be used for essentials like yard signs and mailers containing information about what our campaign stands for.

Thank you in advance for your support. I am truly grateful!

Other ways you can help

We have a large number of requests for yard signs (yay!), but not enough folks to deliver those signs quickly. Since every day counts; we’d like to eliminate any delays. If you can volunteer to deliver a few yard signs a week, please click here to sign up. We’ll get you a list of addresses and the yard signs.

On Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m., we’re having a volunteer organization party at the home of Kim Piker, 934 San Dieguito Drive, Encinitas. We’ll coordinate and educate volunteers for my campaign and those of my colleagues Tony Kranz and Tasha Boerner Horvath, who are both City Council candidates whom I support (Tony’s running for re-election).

We’ll have signups for specific days to walk your neighborhood or other key communities with fliers, so come with your calendar. If you’d like to help out, email here or just drop by the volunteer party!

Thank you for your interest and commitment to the City of Encinitas. Working together, we can win!

Finally, on this 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, I hope you’ll join me in appreciation for all of our fellow Americans who died or were injured, as well as in gratitude for the freedoms we hold dear.

In service,