This afternoon I went to my mailbox to get our mail. Inside was a postcard with no postage. I checked a few other neighbors’ mailboxes and they had the same card within them. It is a Chavira campaign piece. Here is the Chavira card, front and back. Do you see any postage paid for the privilege of his delivery within your mailbox? No, of course not. Once again, Sammy has shown utter contempt and disregard for the law. This card clearly says, “Paid for by Chavira for Glendale, Printed in house.”Chavira card in mailboxes Aug 6 2016_Page_2

Chavira card in mailboxes Aug 6 2016_Page_1

 

 

 

 

 

As I was getting the mail I ran into our postal delivery person. He said,

“IT IS A FEDERAL OFFENSE TO PLACE ANY MATERIAL IN A MAILBOX, CAMPAIGN OR OTHERWISE.” He said to call 1-800-ASK-USPS to file a complaint. I urge anyone who received this Chavira campaign card in their mailbox to call immediately.

Chavira is not for Glendale.

UPDATE:

I just called the US Post office at this number (1-800-275-8777) and filed a complaint about Sammy’s placement of campaign material in mailboxes. It takes a few minutes and some patience but it can be done. I ask anyone in the Yucca district who received Sammy’s campaign card in your mailbox to please call the US Post Office. The more complaints received the more seriously it will be considered. Also email me at clarkjv@aol.com and let me know you saved his campaign card.It’s time to end Sammy’s cheating. SAVE SAMMY’S CARD AS PROOF.

Thank you.

© Joyce Clark, 2016

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