MTB Trail Access Political Action (A4B)

Fellow Mountain Bikers:
If you would like to see more trail access in Marin, now's your chance to make a difference. Access 4 Bikes has endorsed Damon Connolly (San Rafael, Dist. 1*) and Judy Arnold (Novato, Dist. 5**) and contributed $5,000 toward their campaigns. Both are in a fight in close races, and could benefit from volunteers helping man the phones (see below if you do not know which district you are in). 
Please let me know which night or nights you are available and I can forward it on to the A4B staff who are keeping things organized. I will be volunteering Thursday, 5/29 if you would like to join me (and perhaps get a beer and/or night ride after). The Marin County Supervisors dictate Marin County Open Space District policies, and the District 1 incumbent, Susan Adams, has publicly stated that she does not support additional mountain bike trail access beyond the Stafford Lake Bike Park.
If you can't help now, but would like to be involved in the future, please let me know and I can pass your contact information on to A4B. Feel free to forward this email to everyone you know who cares about trail access in Marin County.

-Kevin Pedersen

* The first district covers the greater San Rafael area including most of the downtown business district and Central San Rafael neighborhoods, but excluding Gerstle Park (District 2) and the Canal (District 4). The district runs east of Highway 101 including the Point San Pedro Road peninsula and the Loch Lomond, Glenwood and Peacock Gap neighborhoods, and the unincorporated neighborhoods of Bay View and Country Club.
** The Fifth Supervisorial District includes the City of Novato plus the unincorporated areas of: Bel Marin Keys, Loma Verde, Black Point, Green Point and Indian Valley - with the exception of some areas of Western Novato, which are represented by Supervisor Steve Kinsey.