Some of Our Most Vulnerable Retired City Workers are Now Facing Poverty
They Need Our Help
There are 4,500 city retirees, many of whom are pushing 90-years-old, who are struggling to pay their rent and put food on the table. Changes in the city charter compromised their pension and now they are forced to live on as little as $22,000 a year. They need their supplemental COLA restored NOW before they are all gone.
Put It On The Ballot
Have you emailed your supervisor today?
Take action today by sending a letter to your supervisor, urging them to put our proposed charter amendment to restore retiree benefits on the November 2022 ballot via this link.
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Contributions to Restore Retired City Workers Earned Benefits 2021, Sponsored by Protect Our Benefits Inc. are not tax deductible. Contributions to the committee may be accepted in any amount; there is no limitation on contributions. Election law requires us to publicly report cumulative contributions of $100 or more. We may not accept your contributions without full name, street address, occupation and employer information. The committee may not accept contributions of $100 or more made by cashier’s checks, money orders, or cash. In making this contribution, the contributor affirms that it is not a “foreign principal” as defined in 22 U.S.C.A. Section 611(b).
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