Sunol-Never Too Small to Succed, shows there is hope for the under-dog. It is an inspiring story that provides hope for the individual and small organizations. It describes how dedication, commitment, and the will and desire to succeed, can help us achieve our goal. Sunol, as other small school districts, was destined to lose its local autonomy. The Governor and the California state legislature, along with leading college professors advocated elections within high school districts. The larger communities through the election process were able to out-vote the smaller communities and take them over.Although Sunol only had six percent of the voters, they were able to go to the larger communities and get those voters to vote for them. Eventually, the California legislature passed laws supporting the smaller districts and the Governor signed those bills into law. How was this done?