Our first Dough Raiser was such a resounding success. Thank you to everyone who showed up and turned out!
Our next fundraiser will be Halloween-themed 🎃. Initiative 82 Proposer, Ryan O’Leary, will be making spooky drinks and the campaign’s treasurer, Adam Eidinger, will be making his terrifyingly delicious pizzas. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume — there will be prizes for best dressed!
We raised nearly $1,700 at our previous Dough Raiser and we hope to raise at least $3,000 to help get us over the finish line. We know the opposition will be miseducating their staff and misleading voters. We need to make sure we have the resources to combat their deep-pocketed misinformation campaign.
It’s time to put up Initiative 82 posters around DC!
We are hosting a series of Poster Parties where you can come by the campaign office, meet other volunteers, pick up posters, and hang them around your neighborhood!
Our 1st Poster Party is scheduled for Thursday, September 14 from 5pm to 7pm
Our 2nd Poster Party is scheduled for Monday, September 19 from 6pm to 8pm
Our 3rd Poster Party is scheduled for Saturday, September 24 from 1pm to 4pm
We are meeting at the campaign HQ (2448 Massachusetts Ave. NW) and then fanning out to all 8 wards to put up the campaign posters. Parking on Massachusetts Ave. is a bit difficult right now due to construction, so we suggest parking on 25th or California and walking over. Please bring your own stapler and clear packing tape! Questions? Give us a call at 202-733-4640.
You are invited to our Dough Raiser for Initiative 82! From 5pm to 8pm on Thursday, July 28, Initiative 82 Proposer Ryan O’Leary is going to make drinks, while the campaign’s treasurer, Adam Eidinger, will make delicious pizzas. We’re calling it a Dough Raiser because we hope to raise some big dough to help pay our legal bills and purchase new signs to put up around DC. Yeasty puns aside, the opposition’s lawsuit is a serious matter and they are forcing us to spend more money on legal bills instead of educating voters on why the tip credit needs to be eliminated.