Dec 29 – Holiday Party 5-8pm

Join us to celebrate the victories of 2018 and plot those to come in 2019. Come with a dish or drink to share.

Mid-winter celebration at the home of Becca, Brian and Esther.

Children welcome. On bus route 928.

Saturday, December 29 at 5 PM – 8 PM

8902 Gramercy Dr, San Diego, CA 92123 (map)

Please RSVP here.

Holiday Party: December 16th

Hello, Clairemont Democrats!

We will not be holding a meeting this month. We will next meet on Tuesday, January 8th.

This weekend, we are proud to partner with the San Diego Democrats for Equality, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Democratic Club, the San Diego Labor Democratic Club, the Veterans Democratic Club, and the San Diego Progressive Democratic Club for our annual Holiday potluck this Sunday, December 16th. It will be at the Vantage Point Apartments 3rd Floor Clubhouse in Downtown San Diego. Address is 1281 Ninth Ave, San Diego 92101. Let us know what you’re bringing on this form here.

If you would like to join, or renew your club membership ($20 dues), please do so on our membership page. You may also renew at the meeting. Or, if you would prefer to mail a check, here is our PO Box information:

Clairemont Democratic Club
PO Box 178846
San Diego, CA 92117

It is our shared responsibility to ensure that people are informed, educated, and not mystified by stage craft, economic bribery or the feeling of helplessness. We have so many exciting things in store for our Clairemont Democratic Club members. We look forward to seeing each and every one of you at one (but hopefully all) of our meetings and events.

Congratulations to City Council President Georgette Gómez!

Today, HERstory was made in a momentous way.

Longtime club member, former club Vice President, and Councilmember Georgette Gómez was unanimously selected to be our new San Diego City Council President!

Thank you to all of our club members who made it into City Council chambers today to speak in favor of our Georgette.

On a personal note, I want to say how proud I am of Georgette.

In 2012, we were part of the first class of graduates through the San Diego LGBT Center’s Young Professionals Council Academy. They asked all of us towards the end of the Academy where we see ourselves in the next 5 years, and I remember Georgette saying that she wanted to be a member of the San Diego Planning Commission.

Safe to say that she blew past that goal.

Here is Georgette’s bio from that inaugural 2012 YPC Academy:

Georgette Gómez
Georgette is the associate director of the Toxic Free Neighborhoods Campaign at Environmental Health Coalition. Georgette has focused on improving the health and environment of low-income communities adversely affected by pollution due to discriminatory land use policies that limit the quality of life. Gómez graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Environmental and Natural Resource Geography Policy-Analysis.

Georgette, you’ve come so far and I know we’ve got so far to go. Our club members, myself — your family at San Diego Democrats for Equality — we are so proud to see the leader you are and the incredible things we have yet to see.

Again, congratulations to San Diego City Council President Georgette Gómez!

Also, I want to highlight these milestones made today:

  • San Diego’s first Queer Latina Council President
  • San Diego City Council’s first female majority
  • San Diego City Council is 1/3 LGBT
  • San Diego City Council Democratic Super Majority
  • 8/12 people on the dias were women. (Includes: San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliot, IBA Andrea Tevlin and San Diego City Clerk Liz Maland)
  • Unanimous, bipartisan, unity for Council President

In Solidarity,

Will Rodriguez-Kennedy
San Diego Democrats for Equality

Our Holiday Celebration! This week!

Dear friends and members of the Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club,

A Reminder!

In leiu of our regular monthly meeting, please join us for a holiday celebration at Giardino’s Neighborhood Cucina in Lemon Grove at our regular meeting time 6:30 and date 12/12.

We’ve reserved the large table at the front of the restaurant and they are offering us happy hour prices on drinks all night. You can order a yummy appetizer, wood-fired pizza, salad or pasta dish as well.

Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Lemon Grove Food Bank. Hope you can come celebrate with us and enjoy this social time together.

Our next regular meeting will be January 9 at 6:30 pm at Monte Vista Village in the lounge. We are in the process of rechartering, so please let me know ASAP if you wish to join or continue as a member. Dues are $20 per year. You can pay Jennifer Mendoza on 12/12 or 1/9 or via Paypal at at Or mail a check to SVLG Democratic Club at 7066 San Miguel Avenue, Lemon Grove, CA 91945.

Cynthia Jurado

Spring Valley Lemon Grove Democratic Club

Dec 2 – Annual Point Loma & OB Dems Holiday Party Potluck and Toy Drive – 2018!

In place of our regular monthly meeting in December we’re having our Annual Holiday Party and Toy Drive of the Point Loma Democratic Club, at the home of Ruth Rollins.

Come enjoy the start of the holidays with your fellow Dems. We have a lot to celebrate locally with some great election results and Jen Campbell elected to represent us at the San Diego City Council, and Nathan Fletcher at the County Board of Supervisors.

The Club will furnish turkey, ham and soft drinks, plus two drink tickets per person for wine and (great, local) beer.

It’s a potluck and we ask everyone to bring a dish or side – veggies, mac and cheese, baked beans, potato salad, coleslaw, macaroni salad.

Please invite your friends and potential members to attend and meet fellow Democrats and elected officials, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

New members can signup for 2019 membership and get reduced entry to the party. Renewing members can pay their dues and confirm their contact details with the club.

Members Entry Price
$10.00 per person

Non-members Entry Price
$20.00 per person

Sunday December 2, 2018 3:00 PM

1268 Savoy St, San Diego, CA 92107

You can buy tickets online, or pay with cash, check or credit/debit cards at the door – the same with membership dues.

The Club will be collecting unwrapped new toys for the Toy Drive of the Western Service Workers Association, and Brandon McDonald will talk about the great work that the WSWA does in San Diego.
Here’s a list of toys that are needed:

  1. Hot Wheels/Toy Trucks, Cars, Trains
  2. Barbie or Other Similar Dolls
  3. Kendama
  4. Art Kits, Science Kits, Craft Kits
  5. Board Games
  6. Skate Boards, Scooters, Bikes
  7. Tea/Bake Sets
  8. Popular Music CDs appropriate for teenagers
  9. Action Figures/Spiderman, Superman, Transformers
  10. Baby Toys
  11. Soccer Shoes & Soccer Gear
  12. Computers & Computer Games/X-Box
  13. Musical Toys/Instruments
  14. Legos/Building Toys
  15. School Supplies
  16. Lip gloss, nail polish, hair ties, hair clips, lotions
  17. Soccer balls, Basket Balls, Footballs
  18. New Clothing for Children (all ages, from new born to teenagers/adult sizes)

Cash/Check Donations made payable directly to the Western Service Workers Association are also welcome – if you can’t attend you can mail your donation c/o Point Loma Democratic Club, PO Box 7802, San Diego, CA 92167.

For additional information, call (619) 800-5098 or email [email protected]