Notes from June 2019 Meeting – Endorsements, Convention Reports, Bookclub, PR & Media

Democratic Woman’s Club of San Diego CountyMonday, June 17, 2019, Monthly Meeting, Elijah’s Restaurant Welcome and Introductions President Susan Peinado opened the meeting at 7:00pm.Welcome to members and guests.Approval of agenda (Motion: Yvonne Elkin). Welcome to guests and new members. Introduction of club officers, chairs, and club associates. Introduction of Angela de Joseph as Public … Continue reading Notes from June 2019 Meeting – Endorsements, Convention Reports, Bookclub, PR & Media

Oct 17 – A Peek In The Playbook: Help Us Elect Georgette Gomez and a Study on the Use of Fear for Political Gain

Help us elect Georgette Gomez with a short phone bank! After that, we’ll be watching and discussing a short movie about Helen Gahagan Douglas. The ugly smears that Tricky Dick used against Helen Gahagan Douglas in the 1950 Senate race are similar to the misogynistic smears Trump is using today against Hillary. Same playbook, just […]

Sep 24 – Join in the Discussion this Weekend at Politifest

The club has a booth at Politifest 2016, the annual get together to discuss local politics with voices from across San Diego. Come along and support Democratic candidates Mara Elliott, Candidate for San Diego City Attorney Georgette Gomez, Candidate for San Diego City Council District 9 Scott Peters, Congressmember CA 52 Colonel Doug Applegate, Candidate for Congress CA 49 Politifest 2016 will take place at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, at San Diego State University. Held in partnership with the SDSU School of Journalism and Media Studies, this all-day public affairs conference will feature two national keynote speakers, as well as workshops and sessions that focus on the November ballot. The ballot this November is full of major decisions for voters. At Politifest, rivals on all sides of the most contentious issues will face off and debate their merits. Big local names and elected officials will debate major topics like: Should we build a convadium? Should we raise the sales tax a half-cent to fund transportation and open space preservation? Should the city change its charter to prevent …

Mar 21- Meet Ed Harris the Next Democratic Mayor of San Diego, and Central Area Rated District 9 Candidates, Georgette Gomez and Sarah Saez

For this month’s meeting former Councilmember Ed Harris, will be joined by two candidates for City Council District 9, Georgette Gomez and Sarah Saez. Ed Harris, a retired Marine and longtime San Diego lifeguard, was appointed by Democratic and Republican council members to represent San Diego City Council District 2 when the seat became vacant in […]

Mar 20 – Monthly Meeting – Endorsements for San Diego City Council District 9 and San Diego Mayor

After the success of our first two endorsement meetings of 2016, our March meeting provides club members in good standing to vote for their preferred candidate for San Diego City Council District 9. San Diego City Council District 9 (attendees to be confirmed) Sam Bedwell Fernando Cajica Ricardo Flores Georgette Gomez Araceli Martinez Tami Le Murillo Rebecca Paida Sarah Saez San Diego Mayor (attendees to be confirmed) Ed Harris This is your chance to help determine who best represents your values in one of the most diverse areas of the city. Come along, get involved. Please remember to bring your check book, cash or a credit/debit card to renew your membership for 2016 that promises to be an exciting year for Democrats. If you prefer you can also renew online. We’ve kept membership rates at the same low level of $20 individual and $30 per household. NOTE: We’re back to our regular starting time, but we’re meeting a week earlier than usual due to Easter Sunday. 4:00PM – 5:30PM Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot St, San Diego, CA …

Veterans Club Shows Good Judgement in Finding Three Candidates for San Diego City Council District 9 ‘Highly Qualified’

Last month the Veterans Democratic Club of San Diego displayed interesting contrasts in resolving conflicts between Democratic candidates vying for the same seat. Many of us awoke on Saturday September 19, 2015 to read in the LA Times that Toni Atkins is challenging incumbent State Senator Marty Block for the 39 Senate District. It is being seen as a sad day when the San […]