All posts tagged: Carol Kim

Notes From the Annual Summer BBQ 2014

Thanks to everyone who attended this year’s Summer BBQ to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the club. Those who weren’t able to make it missed out on a great speech from San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria, focused on the minimum wage increase. We also heard from Kevin Beiser running for the San Diego Unified School Board, and Katie Phelan who educated us about organizing the nurses at the San Diego Veterans Administration Hospital. Christina Wu asked for volunteers for Carol Kim’s campaign and Tim Hanna asked for Scott Peters’ campaign. David Egan from San Diego 350.org spoke about the People’s Climate March San Diego, and the club unanimously endorsed a proposal supporting the day of action. Chris Ward, who is running for City Council District 3 in 2016 attended along with his colleague on Marty Block’s staff, Roberto Alcantar. We also welcomed the President of the Democrats for Equality, David Warmoth and Unified Port of San Diego Commissioner, Rafael Castellanos and club member Sarah Boot. Ruth Rollins and some strangely beaded gentleman, who …

Sept 16 – Fundraiser for Carol Kim

What:  Please Join Us To Support San Diego City Council District 6 Candidate Carol Kim When: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 5:30pm-7:00pm Where: At the Home of Rhoda Quate – 3170 Chicago Street ~ San Diego ~ CA ~ 92117 Suggested Minimum Contribution~ $100 per individual Maximum Contribution ~ $550 per individual Contributions Payable to Carol Kim for City Council 2014 P.O. Box 261855, San Diego, CA 92126 Or donate online at: http://www.carolkimd6.com To RSVP or for more information contact Kelli or Sydnie at (619) 239-1721 or rsvp@kmstrategies.net It is unlawful for any type of business entity to reimburse an individual for a contribution made by that individual to a City candidate. Political contributions are not tax deductible. City law permits only personal contributions and limits contributions to $550 per person for the primary election and another $550 for the general election. A couple may contribute $1,100 per election per couple from a joint account if both parties sign the check, credit card authorization form, or an accompanying letter. Contributions from businesses, labor unions, PACs, and other types …

Oct 1 – League of Women Voters Candidates Reception & Forum

The League of Women Voters of San Diego invites you to attend a Meet the Candidates Reception and Forum for the following positions to be decided with the November 4 election: State Senate, Districts 36, 38 and 40; State Assembly, Districts 71, 77, 78 and 79; San Diego City Council, District 6; San Diego Community College, Districts A and E; Superior Court Judge, Office 25; and San Diego Unified School Board, Area B. When Wednesday, October 1, 6 – 8 pm Where Hall of Champions in Balboa Park Moderated by Carl Luna, PhD Professor of Political Science, San Diego Mesa College Candidates will each make two minute introductory statements. Time will be provided to network and ask questions of candidates in an informal atmosphere. Forum will follow League of Women Voters protocols. Light refreshments will be served. The public is invited. If you have questions, please call Jeanne Brown, LWVSD Program Director, at (619) 857-1807.

Jul 24 – Marti Emerald Reception for Carol Kim

Please Join Hosts Hon. Marti Emerald ~ Tim Blood ~ Dave Casey ~ Angela Jae Chun Gene Iredale ~ Susan Swan~ Julia Yoo For a Reception To Support San Diego City Council District 6 Candidate Carol Kim When Thursday, July 24, 2014 5:30 – 7:30 pm Where At the home of Hon. Marti Emerald 5334 Saxon St, San Diego, CA 92115 Suggested Contribution: $150 Maximum Contribution: $550 Contributions Payable to Carol Kim for City Council 2014 P.O. Box 261855, San Diego, CA 92126 Or donate online at: http://www.carolkimd6.com/donate To RSVP or for more information contact Kelli or Sydnie at (619) 239-1721 or rsvp@kmstrategies.net It is unlawful for any type of business entity to reimburse an individual for a contribution made by that individual to the City candidate. Political contributions are not tax deductible. City law permits only personal contributions & limits contributions $550 per individual, per election. A couple may contribute $1,100 from a joint account if both parties sign the check. Campaign finance laws require the disclosure of name, street address, occupation, & employer for each …

Jul 19 – Pride Parade with Democrats for Equality & Carol Kim

Point Loma Dems are invited to march with the Democrats for Equality and Carol Kim at this year’s Pride Parade Saturday, July 19 at 10:00am. We will all be meeting at the Parade Staging Area, Zone G, Contingent 20 at 10am; please arrive no later than 10:30am. The entrance to the staging area is at the corner of Park Blvd and Lincoln Ave. Please wear your Carol Kim T-shirt if you have one. Please RSVP by calling 858-621-3564 or email ansermio@carolkimd6.com for this event. We hope to see you on Saturday! Ansermio Estrada Volunteer Coordinator http://www.carolkimd6.com

Jul 16 – Todd Gloria Cocktail Reception for Carol Kim

Please Join City Council President Todd Gloria For a Cocktail Reception To Support San Diego City Council District 6 Candidate Carol Kim When Wednesday, July 16, 2014 6:00 – 7:30 pm Where Cuvier Club La Jolla 7776 Eads Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037 Minimum Contribution: $150 Host Contribution: $550 Contributions Payable to Carol Kim for City Council 2014 P.O. Box 261855, San Diego, CA 92126 Or donate online at: http://www.carolkimd6.com/donate To RSVP or for more information contact Kelli or Sydnie at (619) 239-1721 or rsvp@kmstrategies.net It is unlawful for any type of business entity to reimburse an individual for a contribution made by that individual to the City candidate. Political contributions are not tax deductible. City law permits only personal contributions & limits contributions $550 per individual, per election. A couple may contribute $1,100 from a joint account if both parties sign the check. Campaign finance laws require the disclosure of name, street address, occupation, & employer for each contributor of $100.00 or more in any election cycle. Paid for by Carol Kim for City …