All posts tagged: Rebecca Taylor

The Point Loma Dream Team Slate needs you to vote this Saturday!

To All Registered Democrats in the AD78 (Speaker Toni Atkins District) Please vote for the Pt Loma Dream Team slate this Saturday, 10 January between 10am and 12pm. Voting is at 1960 Quivira Way, Room E-1, San Diego, CA 92109 for smart people who seek your support. These are the people who will be representing you at the next two CA Democratic State Conventions. Details at Read their Candidate Statements on this website, ask them questions, and vote for them on Saturday. The members of this slate are members of at least 6 other County Democratic clubs. And we only asked the very best candidates. They are part of a progressive coalition which has been working together supporting progressive values throughout the city of San Diego. And the proof is in who they are. They have already shown you that they put action to their passion. Ed Harris, Nancy Casady, Rhoda Quate, Joe LaCava, Gretchen Kinney Newsom, John Loughlin, Linda Perine, Brian Polejes, Fred Rogers, Rebecca Taylor, Jon Wubbolding and Cynara Dawn Velazquez. It …

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Oct 25/26 – Walk for Scott Peters in Point Loma

Scott Peters’ campaign will be walking from their NTC location Saturday (10/25) and Sunday (10/26) starting at 10:00am. The November weekend Get Out the Vote (GOTV) schedule is also shown below. You can sign up for shifts by emailing the Point Loma area organizer (and club member) Becca Taylor ( and she will get local precinct lists to all volunteers. Saturday November 1 Shift 1: 9:30am to 2:30pm Shift 2: 1:00pm to 6:00pm Sunday November 2 and Monday November 3 Shift 1: 10:00am to 2:30pm Shift 2: 12:00pm to 4:30pm Shift 3: 3:30pm to 8:30pm Tuesday November 4 Shift 1: 9:00am to 2:00pm Shift 2: 12:00pm to 5:00pm Shift 3: 3:00pm to 8:00pm We campaign will also be doing phonebanking from their headquarters in Kearney Mesa and our other office in UTC.

Notes From July’s Meeting – We Must Win in November

The July meeting was called to order at 4pm and offered some interesting perspectives on the June Primary results as well as setting expectations as to what we can achieve at the General election in November. The Mayor’s recent veto of the City Council approved minimum wage increase clearly demonstrates just how important Carol Kim’s District 6 race is. The thought of suffering with Carl DeMaio as our representative for the 52nd is a great motivational factor for many volunteers. The Meeting Agenda is available here. You can download the slide presentation for the meeting here. Steve Rivera began with an overview of the 2014 Primary. He used a set of results that he first presented at the Region 20 California Democratic Meeting on June 8. Although we like to remind ourselves (constantly) that San Diego County is getting bluer, Steve showed it’s still a lot redder than the statewide results, especially for low turnout elections. Although Jerry Brown polled 54:19 against Kashkari statewide, he only won 47:28 in San Diego County. Similarly with Newsom:Nehring, …