It’s been an exciting year for the club, and 2014 promises to be even better.
We have critical elections in June for Sarah Boot to represent District 2 on the City Council, and returning Scott Peters to his second congressional term for the 52nd District.
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We’re not raising our dues to remain as inclusive as possible, but if you feel the value we offer is far greater than the amount we charge, please consider joining at a higher membership level.
Benefits of membership include
– Guaranteed seating at monthly meetings and other club events
– Discounts for certain San Diego County Democratic Party events
– Discounts for t-shirts and other club accessories
– Paper monthly newsletter mailed to US address (if requested)
– Dues support club events and helping to elect Democratic candidates
Membership Levels (2014)
Highlights of club events in 2013
January J-Street spoke on the Middle East conflict and U.S. (self) interest
February Ed Harris spoke on lifeguards, beaches and politics
March Dianne Lane & Pam Page spoke on overturning Citizens United
April Cindy Marten & Kevin Beiser spoke on the San Diego Unified School District
May Dr Alan Gin spoke on the San Diego economy
June We had a booth at the OB Street Fair
July Miranda Ko spoke on climate change
August We had our Annual Summer BBQ with familiar and unexpected guests
September Karis Grounds from 211 spoke on Obamacare and the ACA
October Steve Rivera walked us through applying to Covered California
November We analyzed the Special Election for Mayor with a panel of journalists
December We had an entry in the OB Holiday Parade
Additionally club members coordinated events with other progressive groups, attended the County Convention, volunteered with the Alvarez campaign, and spread the word that there are Democrats in Point Loma, as well as Ocean Beach and Loma Portal!
Club membership grew by about 30% this year, and now reaches from Puerto Rico to Sunset Cliffs.