All posts tagged: democrat

Dec 9 – Annual Holiday Party

Annual Holiday Party of the Point Loma Democratic Club, at the home of our Club President Ruth Rollins. The Club’s favorite Democrat, former Assembly Member Howard Wayne, will present his analysis of where our Party stands headed into 2013. The Club will provide turkey, ham, and drinks. The cost will be $10.00 per person, or $5.00 if you bring a potluck dish to share. The Club will be collecting unwrapped new toys for the Christmas toy program of the Western Service Workers Association. Here’s a list of toys that are needed Hot Wheels/Toy Trucks, Cars, Trains Barbie or Other Similar Dolls Soccer balls, Basket Balls, Footballs Art Kits, Science Kits, Craft Kits Board Games Skate Boards, Scooters, Bikes Tea/Bake Sets Popular Music CDs appropriate for teenagers Action Figures/Spiderman, Superman, Transformers Baby Toys Soccer Shoes & Soccer Gear Computers & Computer Games/X-Box Musical Toys/Instruments Legos/Building Toys School Supplies New Clothing for Children (all ages, from new born to teenagers/adult sizes) Cash/Check Donations are also welcome. You may also pay your 2013 Member dues at the party. For …

Our Endorsed Candidate For Mayor Speaks Out

Arts and Culture As mayor, his dedication to Arts at a local and national level would strengthen San Diego as a leading community for the creation and celebration of world-class art. Jobs To bring San Diego into the 21st century, Bob recognizes we need to rejuvenate our economy. Bob is committed to turning our port into a global maritime center. With our near-endless amount of sunshine, Bob sees San Diego’s renewable energy potential by harnessing the public sector to create demand for solar power. Education–Building San Diego’s Future: Youth Local government in San Diego treats a young person as three different people. The City of San Diego views a young person through the lens of public safety, libraries and recreation facilities; the county deals with health, social service and delinquency issues; and our schools are responsible for educating students. Each agency works within silos, seldom working together. This results in a lack of coordination and gaps in program delivery in many parts of the city. Neighborhoods Bob knows that the strength of San Diego lies …