Events are starting and we need to be vigilant! The president is certifiable and needs to be stopped. Though I don't agree with Speaker Pelosi's reluctance to start impeachment, that won't stop me from doing everything I can to end this reign of terror.
Some good news - Katie Porter raised more money than any other congressperson. Go Katie!
And we need only about 3,000 more Democrats to register for Orange County to officially become Blue!
Now for the events. I am attaching some info about:
DemOC Pac's upcoming meeting,
Canyon Dems upcoming meeting,
Newport Beach Women's Democratic Club events.
Please stay active. And let me know if you hear about other events. We must take back our country!!
Newport Beach Women's Democratic Club
http://www.nbwdc.org/ (for more events and details)
Monday, July 22, 2019 Congressman Harley Rouda (CD 48) Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris (AD 74)
OASIS Senior Center 801 Narcissus Avenue, Corona del Mar RSVP without delay … form available here We have delivered invitations to democrats throughout Newport Beach and Eastside Costa Mesa so we are expecting a full house. RSVPs receive priority seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
Admission – Click here to prepay your admission by credit card … Free for Members … $10 with RSVP for Friends and Guests … $15 for Walkins; seating only if space available
Saturday, July 27, 2019
Sunset Cocktails, Dinner, Silent Auction & Entertainment Sponsorships and tickets available on a first-come basis
Join us for a delightful and entertaining evening under the stars. This event will help us build a 2020 campaign fund to help achieve even greater wins than in 2018 . . . at the local, state and federal levels.
Your $125 ticket includes cocktails, dinner, entertainment, and opportunities to bid on amazing silent auction items. Our featured entertainer is comedian Camilla Cleese … and just maybe an additional “surprise” guest or two. Location and additional event details will be provided once your tickets have been purchased.
Monthly Club Meetings SPECIAL EVENT
Monday, July 22, 2019
Time: 5:30 P.M. Networking | 6:00 P.M. Meeting & Program Location: OASIS Senior Center, ample free parking Admission & Light Refreshments: … Members: No charge … Friends & Guests: $15 if Walk-In; $10 with advance RSVP Speaker Program … Congressman Harley Rouda, CD48 … Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, AD74 Agenda: Available here RSVP Deadline July 12: Use RSVP Form here. Don’t delay; reserve your seat early. Those with reservations will be seated first.
Special Day of Action Event
Sunday, August 18, 2019
Time: 1:30 P.M. – 3:30 P.M. Location: OASIS Senior Center with ample free parking DITCH Mitch Letter-writing activity … All materials provided … Come and go as your time allows during the two-hour window RSVP Deadline August 14 – Use RSVP Form on website
Since the 2018 elections, have you:
Turned 18 and plan to vote in the upcoming elections
Had any change of address
Decided to change your party affiliation
If you answer yes to any of these questions, don’t forget to register or update your voter registration. There are several helpful online tools and forms which can be found here at OCVote.com.
Ways to connect with NBWDC
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Mailing Address & Phone
Newport Beach Women’s Democratic Club P.O. Box 11761 Newport Beach CA 92658
Voicemail/Text @ (949) 423-6468
Letters and calls to our legislators, letters to editors, Social Media postings, conversations with friends. These are all important tools to help get the word out and building support for issues that are important to women and Democrats. Find an issue you are passionate about and do your part to join in the conversation.
#StandwithPP Campaign (Planned Parenthood)
For NBWDC: Our club’s mission is to provide a forum for civil political discussions and promote and participate in activities that help educate members about local, regional, and national issues. And it is so important in this election year that we are successful in accomplishing our mission. Won’t you help us? We have a number of committee chairs who have specific roles and responsibilities and are always looking for a helping hand. For example:
Communications & Social Media
Voter Outreach . . . and more
If you have an interest in any of these areas, please let us know. Send us an email or leave us a phone message (949.423.6468) and we’ll get right back to you.
Tuesday, July 16th
Welcome Corner - 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM General Meeting - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Norman Murray Community & Senior Center 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Combating Hate Crimes and Discrimination: The Role of Orange County Human Relations
Orange County Human Relations assists victims of hate and discrimination and works to increase public awareness of local and global human relations. It forms coalitions and takes action to assure that underrepresented communities in Orange County have a voice in the institutions that affect their lives. The organization handles reports of discrimination and hate crimes and coordinates community education programs to mitigate these occurrences and foster understanding among various groups within Orange County. Presenters Norma Lopez, Joyce Sanchez and Julie Vue from the Human Relations Commission will covers hate crimes statistics and trends, the impact of hate in our communities and ways to fight it.
More info at canyondems.org
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Vice President of Public Affairs
Orange and San Bernardino Counties
Robert will discuss the "Stop the Bans" actions and help us learn what is at stake and what we can do here in California about this most critical issue.