All posts tagged: Ed Harris

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. Ed Harris, representative for the city lifeguards and former City Council member, gave an update on the controversy brewing between the Fire Chief and the Lifeguard Union. He said that the Fire Chief made a major change recently, without informing the lifeguards, about how emergency calls were dispatched. Now, when there is a need for an ocean rescue, 911 calls are sent to Police …

Meet & Greet Cocktail Hour with Ed Harris for Mayor

The Point Loma Democratic Club invites you to a meet & greet cocktail hour with Ed Harris. When Friday May 20, 2016 6:00-7:30PM Co-hosted by Ruth Rollins Susan Peinado Phil & Deborah Currier Where 1314 Trieste Dr (map) San Diego, CA 92107 The hosts say, bring your checkbook. Then you can decide on how much you can spare to help elect Ed Harris! The maximum amount an individual may donate is $1,050.00 Please RSVP to Daniel Orloff at or (858) 334-5338

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Apr 7 – Fundraiser for Ed Harris for Mayor

You are cordially invited to attend a fundraising reception for Ed Harris for Mayor. When Thursday, April 7, 2016 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (remarks start at 6:30) Cohosted by Brian Curry Denise Friedman Alan Harris Catherine Jolley Ruth Rollins Where 3318 Crown Point Drive (map) San Diego, CA 92109 $35 per person minimum contribution requested The maximum an individual can contribute is $1,050. Please RSVP to Daniel Orloff (858) 334-5338 Please note… Political contributions are not tax deductible. City law permits only personal checks and credit cards and limits contributions to $1,050 per individual, $2,100 per couple, per election. Spouses may write separate checks or write one check signed by both spouses if the check exceeds $1,050. It is unlawful for any type of business entity to reimburse an individual for a contribution made by that individual to a City candidate. Paid for by Harris for Mayor 2016 4876 Santa Monica Ave, #275 San Diego, CA 92107 Committee ID# 1384074

Notes from March Meeting – Endorsements for San Diego City Council District 9 and San Diego Mayor

Back in February, and faced with four great candidates for City Attorney, it took multiple rounds of voting for the club to rate all of the candidates acceptable. At the March meeting faced with the prospect of hearing from five qualified candidates in District 9 clubmembers were prepared for a long drawn out round of voting, but something quite different happened. As well as the District 9 race we also anticipating hearing from two Democrats running for Mayor. Club President Susan Peinado called the meeting to order at our usual start time of 4pm. Susan thanked everyone for coming, especially those who brought snacks to share and introduced new members Andrew Lockard, Maureen Roeber and Ray Velasquez. Susan introduced clubmember Gregg Robinson running for the County Board of Education who spoke about the 22,000 homeless children in San Diego County. We then heard from a campaigner for The California Healthcare, Research and Prevention Tobacco Tax Act of 2016, that is a $2 tobacco tax initiative endorsed by the party at the State Convention. You can read more details about …

Mar 20 – Monthly Meeting – Endorsements for San Diego City Council District 9 and San Diego Mayor

After the success of our first two endorsement meetings of 2016, our March meeting provides club members in good standing to vote for their preferred candidate for San Diego City Council District 9 and San Diego Mayor. San Diego City Council District 9 (attendees to be confirmed after March 10) Sam Bedwell Ricardo Flores Georgette Gomez Araceli Martinez Sarah Saez San Diego Mayor (attendees to be confirmed after March 10) Gita Appelbaum Ed Harris This is your chance to help determine who best represents your values in one of the most diverse areas of the city. Come along, get involved. Please remember to bring your check book, cash or a credit/debit card to renew your membership for 2016 that promises to be an exciting year for Democrats. If you prefer you can also renew online. We’ve kept membership rates at the same low level of $20 individual and $30 per household. NOTE: We’re back to our regular starting time, but we’re meeting a week earlier than usual due to Easter Sunday. 4:00PM – 5:30PM Point Loma Assembly, 3035 …