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LARGE CROWD HEARS ENVIRONMENTAL LEADER TOM STEYER AT COASTSIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB ANNUAL MEETING

Almost 100 people gathered at the Coastsider Senior Center on Tuesday the 17th to hear noted environmentalist Tom Steyer speak about the work he is doing on environmental and government issues. Steyer is the founder of the group Nextgen Climate, a San Francisco-based environmental advocacy organization.” Its mission is to “act politically to prevent climate …

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COASTSIDE DEMS ELECTS NEW BOARD, ENDORSES CANDIDATES

At its annual meeting on May 17, Coastside Democratic Club unanimously elected its board of directors for the coming year Club Officers are: Bill Kehoe returning as President, Dorren Gerrity as Vice President, Kathryn Slater-Carter as Treasurer, and Barbara Dye as Secretary. At Large Board Members are: Harvey Rareback, Fran Pollard, Dan Haggerty, Kathy Klein, Sabrina Brennan, …

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Vicki Veenker Visits the Coastside

Assembly candidate Vicki Veenker spoke to a group of friends and neighbors at the Dye home on Sunday the 15th. She is running for the 24th District, which includes El Granada and Half Moon Bay. She was introduced by Senator Liz Figueroa. The crowd was very appreciative of her efforts to meet people on the …

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INFORMATION ABOUT THE CANDIDATES FOR DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE

San Mateo County Democrats

On the June 7th ballot Democratic voters will vote to elect delegates to the San Mateo County Democratic Party Central Committee. According to the California Democratic Party website, County Committees “drive the front-line efforts of the California Democratic Party: registering and educating voters, protecting the right to vote, and working to elect candidates who will …

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California billionaire Tom Steyer launches $25-million push to register millennial voters

California billionaire and climate change activist Tom Steyer is launching a $25-million effort to register young voters. Steyer’s group, NextGen Climate Action, announced Monday that it plans to deploy organizers to hundreds of college campuses in seven states ahead of the November election. “They have the most at stake,” Steyer said of young voters. “We’re determined that they …

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An Inside Look at the Coastal Commission

Supervisor and Coastal Commissioner Groom will speak to the Coastside Democratic Club on Saturday, March 12, 3-5 pm in El Granada. We are pleased to present San Mateo County Supervisor, District 2, and Coastal Commissioner Carole Groom at our March General Meeting. She will be speaking on the recent events at the Coastal Commission and …

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Happy Hour at the Distillery this Friday, March 4th, 5-7 pm. to support local Democrats

All drinks are 50% off and the happy hour menu includes fish tacos and crab cakes. Please stop by and support candidates for a seat on the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee. A table with Nomination Papers will be setup in the bar area. Coastal candidates for the DCC need your signature to qualify …

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Ralph Miller to speak at Annual Meeting

Co-Founder and Chair of Latinos for America, Ralph Miller is [a candidate for (election is 5/16/15)] Secretary of the Progressive Caucus  and Secretary of his 10th Assembly District Democratic Club (Marin-Sonoma). He has previously served as California 6th Assembly District Executive Board representative to the California Democratic Party and is an active member of the Hispanic, …

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Map to Annual Club Meeting on May 31 from 3 pm to 5 pm

Coastside Democrats Annual May Meeting WHEN:     May 31, 2015 from 3 pm to 5 pm WHERE: Rich & Kathy Klein’s Home                771 San Carlos Ave                El Granada CA

Proposed Bylaw changes May 2015

Proposed Bylaw changes are in red or lined out: Bylaws Club Bylaws Bylaws of the Coastside Democrats Approved on March 10, 2005 As amended Aug 7, 2014 As amended May 2015 Article I: Name and Affiliation Section 1. This organization shall be known as the Coastside Democrats, herein after referred to as the “Club”. Section …

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