2019 DNC Summer Meeting | San Francisco, CA
August 22-24, 2019
Hilton San Francisco Union Square, 333 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
The DNC caucus meetings and general session will be open to the public.
CARA ALERT: National Democratic Seniors Coordinating Council
Meeting in San Francisco on August 22nd 10am-12pm
The National Democratic Seniors Coordinating Council, an official body of the Democratic National Committee, will be meeting in conjunction with the summer meeting of the DNC in San Francisco on Thursday, August 22nd, 10am – 12pm at the Hilton SF in Union Square, 333 O’Farrell Street. Speakers at this year’s meeting include our very own Rich Fiesta, Executive Director of the Alliance for Retired Americans, Jon “Bowzer” Bauman from Sha Na Na and Max Richtman, President of the National Committee to Preserve Medicare and Social Security. Several members of Congress are also expected to attend. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Hene Kelly, CARA’s legislative director, at 415-533-5244 or email her.
Message from Igor Tregub, CYD National Committeeman
FYI, The DNC is also looking for some volunteers.
Please email Briana Cartwright at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re available. More info below.
The Democratic National Committee is in need of volunteers for our Summer DNC Meeting.
The event is being held At:
The Hilton Union Square in San Francisco, CA. August 22nd through 24th
We usually do 2 or 3 National Meeting per year around the country, we invite volunteers from these areas, giving them the opportunity to participate up close with the democratic process. There are many duties including but not limited to Registration, Hosting, staffing the different caucuses and councils, etc. We are expecting many special guests including the Speaker of the House, many of the Presidential Candidates if not all, etc.
Everyone involved with the DNC in any capacity will need to be vetted. If you are interested, please provide me name, email, phone, and address. Also, indicate which day(s) and morning or after noon shift.
📣 Our next CDP Regional Meeting will be in Chowchilla! 🌊
Please remember to register. ✅ #AD5 #maderacounty
RSVP Here. All CA Democrats are welcome!
Candidate Training: 2020 Emerge CA Salon Recruitment Tour
The 2020 Emerge California Recruitment Tour: It’s Our Turn is here!
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Please note that below is a partial list of tour dates, we will be releasing more soon!
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Also note, that program applications will not be accepted
after 11:59 PM PST on Tuesday, September 24, 2019.
Monday, July 15: Webinar
Wednesday, July 24: Silicon Valley
Friday, August 2: Webinar
Friday, August 2: Solano County
Thursday, August 8: San Diego
Sunday, August 11: Orange County
Tuesday, August 13: East Bay
Wednesday, August 21: Digital Info Session
For Young Dem Women | In partnership with IGNITE
We hope to see you soon at one of our info sessions!
Testimony – If you would like to provide comment or testimony for consideration, please complete the online form below.
Important Fact Sheets:
California Democratic Party Assembly District Delegate Election Meeting(s) for Assembly District 05 are on Sunday, January 27, 2019. Doors Open at 10:45 AM, Candidate Speeches Begin at 11:00 PM, Registration/Voting is from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM (2 Hrs), Meeting/Vote Tallying is from 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM.
Southern District Location: (Madera County)
Oakhurst Branch Library (Community Room)
49044 Civic Circle
Oakhurst, CA 93644
Cross streets: HWY 41 & Civic Circle. Note: Civic Circle is the first street north of the junction for HWY 41 & HWY 49.
Onsite Phone: (559) 580-5173
Convener: Susan Rowe Phone: (559) 658-7343 Email: email@example.com
Northern District Location: (Amador County)
Jackson Civic Center
Jackson, CA 95642
Cross streets: Between Main St & State Hwy 88
Underground Parking: Garage entrance is on Broadway,
Onsite Phone: (209) 418-5113
Convener: Amy Champ Phone: (209) 418-5113 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Assembly District Election Meetings (ADEMs) are held every two years, with this year’s election for AD 5 being held on Sunday, January 27th to elect 7 women and 7 men to be Assembly District Delegates (ADDs) and elect a (one) Executive Board Representative for their AD.
For more about CDP ADEMs and AD 5 Candidate List and Statements go here: https://www.cadem.org/our-party/adem
ADEM Voter Eligibility: All Democrats residing in and registered to vote in the Assembly District as of the date of the ADEM are eligible to vote. Same day registration is allowed of otherwise qualified citizens.
RSVP at our Facebook Event here.
Map CA AD 5 ADEM Locations North Jackson (Amador County) and South Oakhurst (Madera County) more about AD 5.
Thank you for the most important act you can give to our democracy at this time…your Vote! I hope that you cast your votes up and down the ballot for the most progressive democrats and may the best win! Together we are the blue wave!
Asm. Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the California State Assembly
State Senator Ricardo Lara, Candidate for California Insurance Commissioner
William Fjellbo, Sierra Club Tehipite Chapter Chair
Alexandra “Alex” Gallardo-Rooker, Vice Chair, California Democratic Party
Magdalena Gomez, Candidate for State Center Community College District Trustee Area 4
Jewel Hurtado, Candidate for Kingsburg City Council
Billie Jelks-Hood, Vice President, Madera District Fair Board
Claudia E. Soria-Delgado, Board Chair, California Latinas For Reproductive Justice
Aileen Rizo, Pay Equality Champion and Candidate for Ca State Assembly District 23
Susan Rowe, Vice Chair, California Democratic Party Rural Caucus
*Titles used for purpose of identification
California Latina Democrats-Fresno County
Clovis Democratic Club
Democratic Club of Coarsegold
Healthcare for All-California
Madera Democratic Club
Oakhurst Democratic Club
Sierra Foothills Young Democrats
Tuolumne Democratic Club
Tuolumne Women’s Coalition
San Joaquin Valley Democratic Club
United Democrats of El Dorado County
United States Post Office Workers