Friday, January 20, 2012

The FHS Campaign Web Site is UP!

Greetings everyone!

We're pleased announce the campaign web site for the Franklin High School debt exclusion – -- is up and open for business!

Because of your early support for the campaign, you are the first in town to get a look at the site – complete with our call to action: Vote YES for FHS! A Real Need. The Right Time.

A big thank you to the members of the Messaging Subcommittee who helped define and refine our cause. We think you'll find the web site to be a tremendous resource for the  facts and arguments on why it is so critical to our children and the community that Franklin voters endorse this project. It offers a wealth of information and makes it easy for our friends and fellow citizens to get involved. It also tells folks how they can contribute financially to campaign. Donations are needed!

Over the next 24 hours, we'll be making town and school officials aware of the site, and you'll also start to see it promoted through our social media channels on Facebook and Twitter.  

It's vitally important that you share the site address with as many of your fellow voters as possible, so feel free to pass it along to your networks in town, and encourage them to pass it along to others as well. The information on the site is only as good as the number of people who see it!

There's one more aspect of the web site we need your help on – the Supporters page ( If you'd like your name or your family's name listed on the site as supporters of the campaign, please reply to this email ASAP and let us know. With your permission, we will fill the Supporters page with an impressive list that will demonstrate the campaign's broad support in town. And we'll keep adding supporters straight through till the day of the vote!

Please visit and get to know what's on the site. Thank you and stay tuned for further updates!

And, remember: Vote YES for FHS! A Real Need. The Right Time.

Mike Doherty, Chair
Mary Jo Peterson, Treasurer
Jennifer Taddeo, Assistant Treasurer
Citizens for a New Franklin High School

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