THANKS FOR HelpING kc for $15 PASS
1. Follow the steps to register to vote at kceb.org. The deadline is July 12, 2017.
2. Vote YES on 3 on Tuesday, August 8, 2017! Find your voting place here.
If you made the pledge, thank you! If you haven't yet, click here.
Interested in volunteering?
We need help making phone calls, knocking on doors, driving voters to the polls, etc. Contact Dr. Vernon Percy Howard at 816-547-0719 or KCfor15@gmail.com.
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STATEMENT OF SUPPORT
Do you have a business, congregation, or organization that will officially endorse KC for $15? Copy-Paste and send this statement of support to your email lists and post it on social media to declare you are standing up for what's right.
Here at ______________ we believe that in Kansas City an honest day’s work deserves an honest day’s pay. We believe that all people deserve to make enough to provide for themselves and their families, no matter what job they hold. We believe they deserve this specifically because they are people, because we value their lives and care about the struggles of each Kansas Citian.
We believe in a living wage for every worker!
That is why we are hereby endorsing a YES vote on Question 3 of the August 8, 2017 ballot in Kansas City, Missouri. This vote would raise the minimum wage in Kansas City to $10 per hour right away and steadily increase to $15 per hour by 2022.
At a time when Kansas City has the highest two-bedroom rental costs in the state of Missouri, when nearly half of Kansas Citians make less than $15 per hour, when our neighbors are working full-time or even keeping multiple jobs yet still living in poverty, and when Kansas City’s children are hungry, this is a moral issue.
Stand up for your values and help Question 3 pass on August 8. Find your voting place at https://www.kceb.org/.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP-KCMO)
Greater Kansas City Justice Coalition
American Friends Services Committee
Metro Organization for Racial and Economic Equity (MORE2)
Baptist Ministers Union
National Black United Front KC
Communities Creating Opportunity (CCO)
Kansas City Local Organizing Committee
Urban League of Greater Kansas City
Cherith Brook Catholic Worker
The United Churches of Christ
Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ
The Nation of Islam
Justice and Witness Ministry of the United Church of Christ
The Heartland Presbytery
Presbyterian Urban Immigrant Network
The Committee to Abolish Poverty
Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City
Human Dignity and Economic Justice Coalition
Our Revolution GKC
KC Democratic Socialists of America
KC Interfaith Council
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. KC
Missouri Faith Voices
A. Phillip Randolph Institute
Ad Hoc Group Against Crime
Jude Joseph Curls Property Group
Fields & Brown, LLC
DuBois Consultants, Inc.
Missouri Baptist State Convention
Sheet Metal Workers 204
Laborers Local Union #264
Amalgamated Transit Union Local #1287
State Rep. DaRon McGee
State Senator Kiki Curls
State Sen. Gayle McCann Beatty
City Councilman Jermaine Reed
City Councilman Quinton Lucas
City Councilwoman Katheryn Shields