Carla Jean Neal for State Assembly: Dear Voters Thank you for your Support!

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!

Orange, pink, black, green, brown, red, purple or blue -A ROY G BIV Wave is coming and we the people decide our future.

Rise

Endorsements

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

ORGANIZATIONS

California Democratic Party

California Federation of Teachers

California Labor Federation AFL-CIO

California Latina Democrats-Fresno County

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United

California Parks and Recreation Society

California Young Democrats

Clovis Democratic Club

Democratic Club of Coarsegold

Evolve California

Freethought Equity PAC

Healthcare for All-California

Madera Democratic Club

National Women’s Political Caucus California

Oakhurst Democratic Club

Progressive Democrats of America-California

Rainbow Chamber of Commerce PAC Sacramento

Sacramento Central Labor Council AFL-CIO

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

CADEM 2018 Promote & Protect the Vote (P2TV)

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The California Democratic Party is launching the 2018 Promote and Protect the Vote (P2TV) Program to help ensure that elections are well and fairly managed. This will work to assist voters with voting-related questions as well as investigate and troubleshoot election-related issues with our network of volunteer attorneys and election officials. The program will provide voter protection resources and training to Democratic campaigns, County Central Committees, clubs/organizations and activists, and allied/partnered organizations.

Another key part of the program is the hotline, 877-321-VOTE (8683). If you or anyone you know has any questions or encounter issues with voting, or if your campaign/organization encounters issues relating to elections and voting, contact the Promote and Protect the Vote Hotline, which is operational from early October through Election Day:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 9, to Friday, Nov. 2—weekdays 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
  • Saturday, Nov. 3, through Monday, Nov. 5—9 a.m.–6 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 6 (Election Day)—6:30 a.m.–8 p.m.

There are also information resources to help educate and prepare for this upcoming election. The P2TV Primer on Voting and Election includes a general overview and key points on voting and election for this election cycle. Click here to download the Primer. In-language voting rights and FAQ palm cards will be available in mid-October. Later this month, the party will also host a P2TV Voter Protection Webinar. Click here to sign up and join our Voter Protection webinar. The webinar will include key information on voting and elections to protect the vote.

Please visit our Promote and Protect the Vote webpage for all these and more resources: www.cadem.org/p2tv.