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Friday, October 3, 2014

Jill Broadhurst Sierra Club Logo Oakland Non-Issue





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Nicholas Vigilante said...

In order to request an endorsement from the Sierra Club, Broadhurst completed an application from the Sierra Club and in that application, she agreed not to use the Sierra Club logo on campaign literature unless she received their endorsement. Contrary to that agreement, Broadhurst used the Sierra Club logo next to her statement that she was a proud member of the Sierra Club. And, she placed both of them right next to a logo of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce (OakPac) and a statement that it had endorsed her. In my opinion, those two facts show an intention to mislead the public. Some of Broadhurst's supporters feel that this matter is silly politicking - See Friday Oct 17 Montclarion Letter to Editor. The Sierra Club does not think this matter is silly and as you reported, they issued Broadhurst a cease and desist letter.

Nicholas Vigilante said...

In order to request an endorsement from the Sierra Club, Broadhurst completed an application from the Sierra Club and in that application, she agreed not to use the Sierra Club logo on campaign literature unless she received their endorsement. Contrary to that agreement, Broadhurst used the Sierra Club logo next to her statement that she was a proud member of the Sierra Club. And, she placed both of them right next to a logo of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce (OakPac) and a statement that it had endorsed her. In my opinion, those two facts show an intention to mislead the public. Some of Broadhurst's supporters think this matter is silly - see Friday Montclarion Letter to the Editor. The Sierra Club does not think this matter is silly and that is why they issued Broadhurst a cease and desist letter.

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