Scott County Community ID for ALL
Take action before our Wednesday, December 14th meeting!
After months of powerful organizing, QCI leaders, Scott County Community ID coalition members, directly impacted community members, faith leaders, and people who want to truly make Scott County an inclusive and welcoming place have won a meeting with Scott County Supervisor Chair Ken Beck and Scott County Administrator Mahesh Sharma on December 14th to talk about how the Scott County Community ID can be administered!
But some County elected officials want this program to only be available to certain groups of people. We know that for a Community ID program to be successful, it has to be available to ALL residents of Scott County. After all, this is a COMMUNITY ID.
We are very close to winning a Scott County Community ID, but we need YOU to help push this to the finish line.
Will you take action today and contact Scott County Supervisor Chair Ken Beck and Scott County Administrator Mahesh Sharma and tell them that we need a Scott County Community ID for ALL residents of Scott County?
Take Action Today!
We would like you to do two things:
1. Write an email to the Scott County Board of Supervisors, and
2. Sign our petition below (if you haven't already done so).
Email to Scott County Board of Supervisors
Address your email to Board of Supervisors Chair, Ken Beck, and to the Scott County Administrator, Mahesh Sharma.
We have made the writing process easy. Just copy and paste the message below into the email and change the parts in CAPITAL letters to your information and name.
Subject: Community ID for All!
Message: My name is (YOUR NAME) and I live at (YOUR ADDRESS). I am a (AFFILIATION: a constituent/a member of Quad Cities Interfaith etc).
I am writing to you today to express my support for a Scott County Community ID for ALL residents of Scott County. We want Scott County to be welcoming everyday, and a Scott County Community ID would benefit everyone and make our community truly welcoming. It should be available for all Scott County residents, as we want our community inclusive for EVERYONE!
Once again, I am asking you, as your constituent, to support a Scott County Community ID for ALL residents of Scott County.
Sign Our Petition
Between physical and virtual signatures, we have 25 institutional and over 230 individual signatures. Sign on to take us to 300!
Sign on: Pass A Scott County Community ID Now!
Thank you for your support of this important project.
Quad Cities Interfaith