Petitions and pizza kicked off the new year for SFCDP as candidates stumped at headquarters to plead for petition gatherers. Because of COVID-19 and the shutdown of large gatherings, candidates are concerned that they won’t get enough signatures to get on the primary ballot.
Santa Fe County is assigned 1,500 signatures by Jan. 16.
To make it fun, volunteers gobbled 72 pieces of pizza and are now in a tight race to win the prize for most signatures. The top three gatherers get gift cards from the locally-owned bakery, Dolina Bakery, 402 N. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe. The first prize is $50, the second prize is $25 and the third prize is $15. Yum – that’s a lot of yummy goodies.
Prizes to be given out on January 16 from 1-2 pm
FLASH!!! You can meet Julie Rodriquez on Fridays at 10:30 a.m. outside World Market at Santa Fe Place to gather signatures. You can also meet Julie at the Capitol Building (Old Santa Fe Trail Side) on Jan 18, the first day of the Legislative Session, from 11:30 to 1:30 for a signature gathering.
Learn more about gathering signatures CLICK HERE