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“Road to Victory” fundraiser September 7, 2019

DEMCCO is kicking off the 2020 election season with a fundraiser.  It’s time to get ready to support our candidates to insure a North County “Blue Wave” in November 2020.  Funds raised will go to support local candidates with they money the need to run successful campaigns.  Please join your DEMCCO friends and family for a good time and to support Democrats 2020!

Saturday, September 7, 2019 from 1:00 to       4:00 p.m.

Carlsbad Women’s Club, 3320 Monroe St., Carlsbad, CA

Guest Speaker: Will Rodriguez Kennedy, Chair, S.D. County Democratic Party

Entertainment: Music by “Slowburn Classic Rock

Buffet Luncheon   ***   Silent Auction

Cost $35 ($10 children 12 and under); Purchase tickets online at secure.actblue.com/donate/ademparty or at the August 24 meeting or at the door.

 

 

DEMCCO Endorses Levin, Boerner Horvath; Rates Diaz and Lawson-Remer Qualified

On July 27, 2019, DEMCCO members resoundingly endorsed Mike Levin, 49th District Congressmember and Tasha Boerner Horvath, 76th District Assemblymember for their 2020 races.  The vote for endorsement in the Board of Supervisors, District 3 race failed to reach the 60% threshold for any candidate or for “No Endorsement.”  Candidates Olga Diaz and Terra Lawson-Remer were subsequently voted as “Qualified.”

DEMCCO’s endorsement means that candidates can count on DEMCCO and its members for support in their campaigns.  The 2020 race is on.  What are you going to do to insure victories for our candidates?

Resolutions on Climate Change Passed by DEMCCO Members on July 27, 2019

Please see the menu at the top.  Click on “Info” then scroll down and click on “Resolutions.”

CDP Resolutions Report – May 2019 State Convention

This is the resolution report that Cori Schumacher referenced in her remarks at the June 22, 2019 DEMCCO meeting.

CDP Resolutions Committee Report May 2019 State Convention

DEMCCO Members Survey

As a result of the Retreat on March 31, 2019, it was recommended that we conduct a survey of DEMCCO members to find out how we are doing and where we need to improve.  Your participation is very helpful.  Please click on the following link and rate each statement from 1 to 5 (strongly disagree to strongly agree).  You can include comments at the end.  Thank you for your participation in this survey.

Survey link: https://forms.gle/c4Yx9BToXNaBD7yg9

 

Report from the DEMCCO Retreat

On March 31, 2019, 28 members of DEMCCO met to share ideas and develop goals and plans of action for our club.  This exercise was quite satisfying.  The results of our work is presented by clicking on this link: Retreat Report 2

DEMCCO Elects Officers

At the Annual Election Meeting on February 23, 2019, new (and returning) officers were elected. The results are:

President: Linda Slater

1st Vice President: Pat Amador

Treasurer: Mary Meyers

Fundraising Chair: Dee Forsberg

Membership Chair: Shirley Anderson

Political Action Chair: Kyle Krahel-Frolander

Special Events Chair: Vince Loughney

The following officers have one more year on their term of office:

2nd Vice President: Mike Bullock

Communications Chair: Blair Daniels

A vacancy now exists in the office of Secretary. According to DEMCCO’s Bylaws, the Executive Board will appoint a member to a vacancy and that member will serve until the next regularly scheduled election meeting. If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please let us know at info@demcco.org.

Results of ADEM Election

On Sunday, nearly 1000 registered Democrats showed up in Oceanside to elect 76th Assembly District Delegates to the California Democratic Party.  The 14 Delegates based on preliminary results are:
Women Elected Delegates: Priya Bhat-Patel, Nikki Faddick, Nancy Hardwick, Kathy Rallings, Cess Resnick, Rachel Rott, Cori Schumacher (also elected E-Board Rep)
Men Elected Delegates: Mustafa Nizam (also elected E-Board Alternate), Al Goodman, Rob Howard, Kyle Krahel-Frolander, Larry Lugo, Kevin Sabellico, Harold Standerfer