VOTE Make sure your YES on Measure CC vote is counted.

If you have not mailed your ballot in by Saturday, drop it off in person on Tuesday.

Ballots are due in the registrar’s office by Tuesday… (not postmarked by Tuesday).

The following locations will be open on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.:

Pasadena City Hall – Rotunda
100 N Garfield Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91109


Metropolitan Baptist Church
2283 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Altadena, CA 91001


Sierra Madre Library
- Front Entrance (7a.m. – 12 p.m.)
- Reference Room (12 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
440 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Click here for more information.

More than 50 Community Captains have signed up to Get Out the Vote for Measure CC. Only 8 days left to turn in ballots. The more Community Captains we have, the better our chances of winning. Come to a Community Captain training tonight (Mon.) at 7pm at campaign headquarters.

Vote YES on Measure CC.

Measure CC supporters at Victory Park

Measure CC supporters at Victory Park

On April 3, more than 100 volunteers knocked on doors for Measure CC and more than 800 YES votes were identified.

It was such a success, we are hitting the streets AGAIN… and going door-to-door this Saturday, April 10  to remind voters to turn in their ballots in support of Measure CC.

Come to Measure CC’s headquarters at First United Methodist Church, 2nd floor— between 10am & 4pm. We’ll train you and give you a walk list. There are no set hours, just come and walk for as long as you wish.

On April 3, more than 100 volunteers knocked on doors for Measure CC and more than 800 YES votes were identified.

It was such a success, we are hitting the streets AGAIN… and going door-to-door this Saturday, April 10  to remind voters to turn in their ballots in support of Measure CC.

Come to Measure CC’s headquarters at First United Methodist Church, 2nd floor— between 10am & 4pm. We’ll train you and give you a walk list. There’s no set hours, just come and walk for as long as you are able.

I believe that education is the fundamental method of social progress and reform. All reforms which rest simply upon the law, or the threatening of certain penalties, or upon changes in mechanical or outward arrangements, are transitory and futile. But through education society can formulate its own purposes, can organize its own means and resources, and thus shape itself with definiteness and economy in the direction in which it wishes to move…. Education thus conceived marks the most perfect and intimate union of science and art conceivable in human experience.

Photos from “Hitting the Streets in Support of Measure CC”

Measure CC’s local hero is Antonio Gordo, a painter employed by PUSD.
Antonio has been in to phone bank eight times, and shows no signs of stopping. He makes the majority of his calls to Spanish speakers. When asked why he has volunteered so much of his time, Antonio says simply, “I like to help the community.”
The father of two John Muir High graduates, Antonio has lived in Pasadena for 25 years. He realizes the value of education, and supports Measure CC because it’s “good for kids.”
Antonio is pretty much of a homebody, and describes his pastimes as watching TV and playing softball with his son Tony Gordo. Antonio plays shortstop.
His technique for swaying voters to support Measure CC is to ”just talk to them like you would a friend.”
This Saturday, though, Antonio is sacrificing softball to Walk for Measure CC. 
Come join Antonio this Saturday to help make a difference for Pasadena’s kids, and sign up for the Walk for Measure CC today!

Measure CC’s local hero is Antonio Gordo, a painter employed by PUSD.

Antonio has been in to phone bank eight times, and shows no signs of stopping. He makes the majority of his calls to Spanish speakers. When asked why he has volunteered so much of his time, Antonio says simply, “I like to help the community.”

The father of two John Muir High graduates, Antonio has lived in Pasadena for 25 years. He realizes the value of education, and supports Measure CC because it’s “good for kids.”

Antonio is pretty much of a homebody, and describes his pastimes as watching TV and playing softball with his son Tony Gordo. Antonio plays shortstop.

His technique for swaying voters to support Measure CC is to ”just talk to them like you would a friend.”

This Saturday, though, Antonio is sacrificing softball to Walk for Measure CC.

Come join Antonio this Saturday to help make a difference for Pasadena’s kids, and sign up for the Walk for Measure CC today!

PUSD Superintendent Edwin Diaz works the phones for Measure CC.

PUSD Superintendent Edwin Diaz works the phones for Measure CC.

PUSD school board member Bob Harrison (center), with husband-and-wife phonebanking team Helen and Steve Stapenhorst, reminds voters to vote YES on Measure CC.

PUSD school board member Bob Harrison (center), with husband-and-wife phonebanking team Helen and Steve Stapenhorst, reminds voters to vote YES on Measure CC.