August 7, 2007

From the Desk of Phil Burress
President of
Citizens for Community Values
Citizens’ E-Courier · August 8, 2007

For several weeks we have been trying to get the word out to voters about the deceptive campaign that the sex businesses in Ohio are running in order to collect enough signatures to stop the Community Defense Act from going into effect on September 4, 2007. Numerous secular media outlets have reported the circulators are not telling people the truth. You can click here to visit our website (top story) and listen to the Statehouse News Bureau Reports with recordings of the circulators misleading voters regarding the intent of the petition.

Thanks to your support, this week CCV has begun a major statewide radio campaign to reach as many voters as possible who don’t want porn stores, peep booths, and strip bars in their neighborhoods. Please help us get the word out by emailing this message to your friends so they will be warned.

Campaign finance reports just filed by the sex industry reveals that huge amounts of money are coming from California-based pornographers where most of the porn videos are made. This is going to be a major war if they get on the ballot. The reason for this ad is make the petition circulators tell the truth. Click here to listen to the ads that are running statewide across Ohio.

Web Page Helps You Get Your Name Off Fraudulent Petition

CCV has set up a web page that will assist you in getting your name off of the previously mentioned petition that Ohio’s sex businesses are circulating. The form allows you to contact the petition company – The Craig Group of Columbus – who is directly responsible for collecting the signatures.