Who Will Shape Cupertino's Future Growth: Residents or Developers and Big Business?
The November General Election will decide whether Cupertino will grow and change according to the needs and interest of residents (Measure C for Citizens) OR urbanize according to the financial interests of developers, their global investors, and big business (Measure D for Developer).
All viable campaigns need funding. The developer behind the Vallco office park project has spent millions to support Measure D for Developer and to discredit Measure C for Citizens and all who back Measure C for Citizens.
On September 12, the developer dropped another $1,000,000 into the PAC that supports its campaign goals. I expect we will see more big cash drops like this one before Election Day.
If we are serious about ensuring that residents have a voice in the future development of Cupertino, we must raise funds to support that commitment. Talk with family, neighbors, and friends about making substantial contributions of $250 or more to our essential campaigns.
I encourage all to think about what you value about your life in the West Valley and how it will change based on whether or not Measure C for Citizens passes in November.
You have permission to forward this message to others who support sensible growth in the West Valley.
Vote YES on Measure C for Citizens. Vote NO on Measure D for Developer.
Please give generously to our essential campaigns today:
+ Measure C for Citizens
+ Better Cupertino
+ STEVEN SCHARF for Cupertino City Council
(PATH: Go to Scharf4Cupertino.com then click Donate.)
+ LIANG CHAO for the Cupertino Union School District board (grades K-8)