From P P T 🚌 <[email protected]>
Subject DEADLINE TONIGHT! Join Sascha Craig In The Fight for Transit Justice
Date December 31, 2023 4:32 PM
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[[link removed]] Jack! YOU CAN PUSH US OVER THE EDGE TO GOAL OF 300 MEMBERS! Join PPT Today! [[link removed]]
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Image description: image shows PPT Member and PRT Transit Worker Sascha Craig wearing a neon yellow jacket. Next to him is a quote that he said during an interview, “At PPT, Transit riders and transit workers roll together. We’re not letting the system divide us and we’re building power.” In the background is a photo of County Executive-Elect Sara Innamorato from the bus ride-along that Sascha helped coordinate with PPT.
Hi Jack! My name is Sascha Craig. I've been a Pittsburgh Regional Transit worker for nearly 33 years. With the County Executive on this year's ballot, I couldn't sit out of PPT's organizing. Now that new energy will be leading our county you shouldn't sit out either.
Stand with Sascha and give PPT a year-end donation today [[link removed]]
Here's why Sascha organizes with PPT:
"My family and community are full of both transit workers and transit riders who need our system to succeed. That’s why, during this year’s election for our next Allegheny County Executive, the stakes were too high for us to sit on the sidelines. [[link removed]]
The County Exec is the single most powerful elected official when it comes to our region’s transit. The County Exec controls appointments to PRT’s Board of Directors, they set policy and direct a budget of hundreds of millions of dollars meant to keep Allegheny County moving. With so much power on the ballot for Election Day, it was clear we had to organize, educate and elect a true transit champion as our next leader.
This year, PPT invited the County Exec candidates to ride the bus with transit riders and transit workers like me to hear firsthand the issues we face. [[link removed]] We sent each of the candidates a questionnaire about their transit priorities and mailed out those answers to thousands of County residents. We mobilized riders and workers in every corner of Allegheny County to #VoteTransit on Election Day – and our efforts paid off.
But the hardest work is yet to come! And that’s why I’m asking you to take action and become an active member of Pittsburghers for Public Transit . The opportunity to shape the future of transit in Allegheny County is truly at hand, but we’re going to need everyone to achieve the transit justice we deserve. Here at PPT, we ride together, and that means with you. [[link removed]]
In Solidarity,
Sascha Craig
"At PPT, transit riders and transit workers roll together. We’re not letting the system divide us, and we’re building power because of it."
Now is the moment we've been organizing for. Join PPT today to make sure transit riders' voices are strong as the new County Executive takes office.
Support PPT's Winning Organizing With A Year-end Gift [[link removed]]
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image description: big group of smiling PPT members pose together in front of a sign that reads "This Bus Is For All of US" at the 2022 year-end party.
We Ride Together! Transit workers and transit riders of all stripes are standing up for transit justice this year - but we need you involved as a new County Executive takes office.
Can you join our ranks to strengthen our message at this critical time?
Give a year-end donation before its too late! [[link removed]]
[[link removed]] 2023 has been a momentus year for our organizing. Join PPT Today! [[link removed]]
You can set off 2024 right by becoming a PPT Member Today!
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