Vote Now to Save a Life

As the election campaign enters its final week, many are fatigued, but none so much as Labor Council Political Director David Urhausen, who has been running the South Bay’s largest, most sophisticated field campaign 24×7 for over two months.  To his credit, the campaign has contacted well over 100,000 voters, and convinced many of them to support good causes and candidates.  How has he managed this feat of political organizing?  The answer, in part, is found in the photo above.

Simply by pushing the button photographed above Urhausen is able to place an emergency order of Red Bull, and he has been pushing the button pretty often.  The European Food Safety Authority has concluded that the daily consumption of five cans of Red Bull (or other similar energy drink) does not raise safety concerns for the general healthy adult population.  Unfortunately, Urhausen is dangerously close to surpassing that limit.

Here’s what you can do to help.  Vote and tell your friends to vote.  The sooner this election is over the less likely that Urhausen succumbs to a toxic overdose of Red Bull.  Vote now to save a life.

1 Comment

  • staceyross Nov 2, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    Easy does it, David! You can rest Nov. 9th…maybe.

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