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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 Candidates for San Diego Superior Court: Matt Brower, Tim Nader 4:00PM – 5:30PM Point Loma Assembly,  3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA 92106 For additional info call (619) 800-5098 Directions and parking information Social Time Members are encouraged to get together from 4:00PM before the meeting starts, please bring whatever light drinks/snacks that you’d like to share. After the meeting ends we suggest adjourning to the Point Break Cafe at 2743 Shelter Island Dr to continue our progressive conversation. Happy Hour is until 6:30pm.  

Notes from February Meeting – County Board of Supervisors District 4 Endorsement Meeting

Meeting held February 25, 2018 at the Point Loma Assembly. CALL TO ORDER:  President Jonathan Wubbolding called the meeting to order at 4:20 PM. Statements from candidates, elected officials or representatives not on the Agenda: Tommy Hough – Candidate for SD City Council, District 6 Matt Brower – Candidate for SD County Superior Court Judge Joe La Cava – Paid consultant opposing Soccer City Initiative Bryan Pease Candidate for SD City Council, District 2 Jordan Beane – PLDC endorsed candidate for SD City Council, District 2 Nick Serrano – Rep for Todd Gloria, CA Assemblymember, District 78 Lorena Gonzales Fletcher – CA Assemblywoman, District 80 PROGRAM: ENDORSEMENT FORUM FOR SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 4 Endorsement Committee Chair Dev Zaveri-Tabb presided over the forum.  She explained the Club’s endorsement procedure and then gave each candidate three minutes to make an opening statement, in an order determined by a drawing: Nathan Fletcher Ken Malbrough (absent) Lori Saldaña Omar Passons After the statements were made, Dev conducted a Q & A session, using six questions that had been submitted by …

Mar 18 – Do Citizens Get Hurt More in Soccer or Football?

This month’s meeting is a week earlier than usual to accommodate the inclusion of the Point Loma Assembly in the San Diego Architectural Foundation Open House on March 24-25. Joe LaCava will present arguments in opposition to the SoccerCity Initiative scheduled for the City of San Diego November 2018 ballot. The citizen’s initiative proposes a sale/lease to private investors and redevelopment of city-owned land including the Qualcomm Stadium and the former Charger Training System. Mr. LaCava is a Democratic Party activist and prominent advocate of community participation in the city’s planning process. He graduated from San Diego State University and is owner of LaCava Consulting. He is the former chair of the San Diego Community Planners Committee, the umbrella organization to the city’s 42 community planning groups, and was briefly a candidate for San Diego City Council in 2016. He currently serves on the eBoards for the Democrats for Environmental Action and Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3). Joe is a member of several democratic clubs including the Point Loma Democratic Club, has been appointed …

Mar 15 – Happy Hour Meet and Greet: Jordan Beane for City Council!

Join fellow District 2 residents, San Diegans and politicos for drinks with Jordan Beane, our club-endorsed candidate! Jordan has also been recently endorsed by the Pacific Beach Democratic Club, San Diego Service Employees Union 221, and Run for Something, a national organization focused on helping millennials get elected. Contribute to Jordan’s campaign and help us TURN D2 BLUE in 2018! Happy Hour wine specials from 5-6pm! Where The 3rd Corner – Ocean Beach 2265 Bacon St, San Diego, California 92107 (map) When Thursday March 15, 2018, 5-7pm

Feb 25 – County Board of Supervisors District 4 Endorsement Meeting

On February 25, 2018, Point Loma Democratic Club holds our second endorsement meeting of the year, where we’ll consider the contest for County Board of Supervisors District 4. This is of great interest for members living north of Pt Loma Avenue. This is your chance to hear from all of the candidates in person and to ask them questions. The four candidates that we will bring forward are:   Nathan Fletcher Website Facebook Twitter   Ken Malbrough Website Facebook     Omar Passons Website Facebook Twitter Instagram   Lori Saldańa Website Facebook Twitter   In addition, if you have not already renewed your dues for 2018, please be prepared to do so at the meeting. Only members in good standing will be allowed to vote on the endorsement. If you are not sure about your status, feel free to ask by emailing You can renew on line here, or bring cash/check or debit/credit card to the meeting.  4:00PM – 5:30PM Point Loma Assembly For additional info call (619) 800-5098 Directions and parking information Social …

Notes from January Meeting – D2 Endorsement Meeting

The meeting started later than usual because of a play at the Pt Loma Assembly.   Statements from candidates and elected officials (or reps) not on Agenda: Lori Salaña – Candidate for San Diego County Supervisor Doug Case – Political Affairs Director for State Senator Toni Atkins Matt Valenti – Candidate for SD City Council, District 6 Dave Myers – Candidate for SD County Sheriff Rafael Perez – Candidate for SD Community College Board District E Mike McQuary – Up for reelection to SD Unified School Board, Sub-District Tommy Hough – Candidate for SD City Council, District 6 PROGRAM: ENDORSEMENT FORUM FOR SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Endorsement Committee Chair Dev Zaveri-Tabb presided over the forum. After the opening statements were made, Dev conducted a 15-minute Q & A session, using her own questions and a selection submitted by Club Members. Every candidate was given one minute to respond to each question and allowed a 30-second rebuttal to any personal attacks; afterwards, they gave 3-minute closing statements. The club passed a motion to endorse …