November 24 – Judging

Out of all local races, judge positions are often the hardest to research and understand. Judges aren’t identified on a ballot by party preference, and their professional history often makes it difficult to determine how they would side in precedent-creating cases. How can you tell if you’re electing a judge with Democratic values? At out November meeting, we’ll discuss why the role of judge is important and consider endorsement for Democratic candidates running for open positions.  Superior Court Judge Office 18: Roberta Winston Office 22: Steve Miller Office 30: Tim Nader, Dino Paraskevopoulos Office 36: Michelle Ialeggio Only members in good standing will be allowed to vote for the endorsement. If you renewed your membership prior to March 31, 2019, you will be eligible to vote. If you renewed your membership after March 31, 2019 or became a new member, you are only eligible to vote if you have attended a club meeting/event since you renewed/joined. If you renewed or joined at a meeting/event, that counts and you will be eligible to vote. If you …

Apr 22 – San Diego City Council D6 & San Diego Superior Court Endorsement Meeting

Sunday, April 22, 2018, the Point Loma Democratic Club will consider endorsing in San Diego City Council District 6 and San Diego Superior Court Office 37.
Candidates for San Diego City Council D6: Tommy Hough, Fayaz Nawabi, Matt Valenti

Candidate…

Notes from Jan 15 Meeting – Endorsements and Election of Officers

President Susan Peinado opened the meeting at 7pm. The agenda was approved with a unanimous voice vote. The membership approved: An additional $500 to Women of Color Roar breakfast to support young women of color running for office A donation of $500 to support the Women’s March An amendment to the Bylaws to add the … Continue reading Notes from Jan 15 Meeting – Endorsements and Election of Officers

Notes and photos from September’s Meeting with Congressmember Scott Peters

Scott Peters spoke to and took questions from club members at our September meeting. Continue reading