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Join your friends on Wednesday at the Miramar for Happy Hour!

Help us flip CA Congressional Districts 10 and 21 from red to blue!

The San Mateo Co Democratic Party will host the first of many phone banks at the new campaign HQT on Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00 until 8:00 pm. Democratic candidates Josh Harder in CA CD 10 and TJ Cox in CA CD 21 have an excellent chance of winning if we can inform and energize …

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Coastside Democratic Club Endorses Candidates

A well-attended meeting or the Coastside Democratic Club resulted in endorsements for the following candidates:   Kevin DeLeon – U.S. Senate Marc Berman – CA Assembly Cabrillo Unified School District – Lizet Cortes Half Moon Bay City Council – Deborah Penrose & Debbie Ruddock Granada Community Services District – Barbara Dye, Nancy Reed Marsh, and …

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A GREAT SOURCE OF INFORMATION ON LOCAL CANDIDATES

As a service to our members and to the community, the Coastside Democratic Club surveys candidates on their views about issues of interest to the Coastside. We are publishing those responses here. ENDORSEMENT MEETING We invite all interested to attend our Endorsement Meeting on September 5th at 7 pm, at the home of Kathy and …

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ANNUAL MEETING ATTENDEES HEAR ROB CAUGHLAN ON COASTAL PRESERVATION

      

MEET LOCAL CANDIDATE NANCY MAGEE!

The Club is happy to share the information about this event with the members. The Club has not made any endorsements as yet.

HAPPY HOUR FUN!

Join your friends to watch this inspiring movie!

An Announcement from the Board

The Board of the Coastside Democratic Club has accepted Bill Kehoe’s resignation as president of the Club. We very much appreciate all the hard work and dedication he has shown through the years to making the Club a success. We wish him the best for the future.

Sweeping Changes Coming To San Mateo County Elections

San Mateo County is one of 14 counties invited to take part in the 2018 pilot program for a new election system that will be available to all of California in 2020. The scrapping of precinct polling places in favor of large voting centers and ballot drop boxes, mail-in ballots sent to every voter, and …

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