Will someone answer the No on Prop. B, please?

Call it campaigning 2010.

The No on Proposition B folks have their very own (ridiculous?) ring tone that supporters can download to their iPhones.

A proponent of the campaign against Prop. B, Steven Cravis, composed the ring tone and donated it to the campaign.

The “no, no, no, vote no on Proposition B” lyrics over a high-energy drum and bass dance-club sound, no doubt, are meant to grab the attention of voters.

Campaigners see it as a cheaper, yet, powerful way to contribute to the campaign — the ring tone costs $1.29.

Detailed instructions on how to download the ring tone can be found here.

Along with the instructions, comes this friendly reminder: “Make Sure to set this as your default ring tone! That’s the only way it will have impact.”

esherbert@sfexaminer.com

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