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Gen Xers and Millennials Out-Voted Older Generations in 2016
Pt Loma/OB Dems is well positioned to march into the future with our new President, Jonathan Wubbolding... The study reports that the shift in the electorate has political implications. For instance, 55 percent of Millennials identify as Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents while 33 percent identified themselves as leaning toward the GOP. Millennials tend to hold more liberal social views as well, looking favorably on topics like gay marriage and marijuana legalization.
Notes from May Meeting – Democratic State of Play Moving into 2018
Club President Jonathan Wubbolding called the meeting to order at 4:02 PM and thanked everyone for coming. Next, he welcomed new Club members and among those who introduced themselves were Michelle Morgan, Carl Yaekel, and Gail Saivar. After making a call for any elected officials or their representatives, former elected officials, or any candidates who wished to speak, the following responded: [ 1,256 more word ] http://pointlomadem.org/2017/07/19/notes-from-may-meeting-democratic-state-of-play-moving-into-2018/
Aug 27 – Annual Summer Potluck with BBQ – Support Western Service Workers Association Back-to-School Drive
It's August - which means our Monthly Meeting will be a social affair with our Annual Summer Potluck and fundraising for the Western Service Workers Association and their Back-to-School Drive. Sunday August 27, 2017 - 4:00-6:00PM Please invite your friends and potential members to attend and meet fellow Democrats and elected officials, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Please bring school supplies, hand held calculators and backpacks or a generous check for the Western Service Workers Association Back-to-School Drive. [ 192 more words ] http://pointlomadem.org/2017/08/13/aug-27-annual-summer-potluck-with-bbq-support-western-service-workers-association-back-to-school-drive/
Notes from April Meeting – Voting Rights
Club President Jonathan Wubbolding called the meeting to order at 4:05 PM. He thanked everyone for coming and asked any new members to stand and introduce themselves. He then made a call for any elected officials or their representatives, former elected officials, or any candidates who wished to speak and the following responded: Doug Case, Political Affairs Coordinator for State Senator Toni Atkins, gave a brief update on the following bills: SB 562, the single-payer bill; SB 2, which would provide a permanent funding stream for affordable housing; SB 179, the gender recognition act; and, SB 54, the California Values Act, which would prohibit California law enforcement from enforcing immigration laws. [ 1,864 more word ] http://pointlomadem.org/2017/05/24/notes-from-april-meeting-voting-rights/
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