Focused on gaining community-wide support for the referendum on the high school renovations, a local political action committee is trying to reach more people to help members spread their word of support.
made it its mission to garner enough support from residents to pass any referendum question that will keep Rocky Hill High School accredited, according to the guidelines of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
With their initial marketing campaign behind them and 200 yard signs in place, the group has pledged to step up its effort over the next four weeks leading to the town wide vote.
In a news release, the group said that it wants to “keep our momentum growing right up to Election Day” and “reach as many people as possible.”
As a way to do this, members are asking that friends and neighbors "sign up" for Stay Accredited emails by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The group also said this: “If anyone is hesitant to "join" Stay Accredited, please know that we are simply adding people to our email list ~ the official Political Action Committee paperwork only reflects the officers of the Committee itself. All financial contributions, however, must be reported to the State Elections Enforcement Commission. Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.”