On January 22nd, Katie Porter took her Community Oath of Office at UCI in front of hundreds of Porter Supporters. Immediately afterwards, she hosted her first CA 45 Town Hall. A welcome change from the Mimi Walters years!
for more information about the January 22nd Town Hall.
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In January, The Tustin Democrats welcomed Loretta Sanchez to talk about her campaign for the OC Supervisor seat recently vacated by Todd Spitzer. She told a packed meeting that she views the race as a chance to address regional problems, including housing affordability and homelessness.
Ms. Sanchez is the sole Democrat running against 6 Republicans for the seat.
WHAT IS A SUPERVISOR???
The Board of Supervisors is one of the most crucial positions in government – and an individual Supervisor is one of the most powerful elected officials in the country.
The Board of Supervisors controls the County’s $6.4 Billion budget. And whereas a member of Congress needs to get 218 people to agree, and a state Senator needs to get 20 other people to agree with them, a Supervisor only needs to get 2 other people to agree with them. So they have immense power.
The Board of Supervisors is responsible for County Parks, Social Services, the Registrar of voters, it oversees the Sheriff and Cal-Optima which provides Medicaid/Medi-Cal services, and sets direction and makes the critical appointments to that control the buses, sewers, sanitation, water, and fire services all throughout Orange County. In addition, in unincorporated areas (like North Tustin), the County does all the work of a municipal government, including planning and zoning, building and development, police protection, and trash, water, and sewers.
LOCATION: Congregation B’nai Israel, 2111 Bryan Ave, Tustin
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
Join us as we welcome Brooke Weitzman, named along with Federal Judge David O. Carter as “Most Influential 2018” by the OC Register. Ms. Weitzman is the lead attorney working with Judge Carter on the homelessness crisis in Orange County. Click HERE
for December 30, 2018 article in the OC Register.
Assembly District 68 2019 Election Results
Congratulations to everyone who ran, and thanks to everyone who came out for a record turnout of 528 people. These new Delegates will attend the annual Democrats Convention, network with other Democrats, elect Party officers, promote the California Democratic Party agenda, endorse candidates for statewide, legislative and congressional office, and vote to endorse resolutions and ballot measures all doing so while representing Assembly District 68.
Congratulations to: Loretta Sanchez , Ashleigh Aitken, Kris Erickson , Vicky Shulte, Karen Cohn, Danielle Serbin, Marissa Waldman, Lee Fink, Mani Kang, Mike Stern, Nicholas Pedreira, Michael Lekawa, Avinder Chawla and Grant Henninger.
Lee Fink was elected the Representative to the Executive Board.
Your Vote for Assembly District 68 Delegates is Needed THIS SATURDAY!
Your Voice Matters So Make it Heard by Voting on January 26!
For More Info: https://www.cadem.org/our-party/adem/elections
LOCATION: Plumbers Hall, 1916 W. Chapman Avenue, Orange, CA 92868 (Chapman and Marks Way) TIME: 10:00 am
The Assembly District Election Meetings (ADEMS) are held every two years to elect 7 “self-identified female” and 7 “other than self-identified female” to be Assembly District Delegates (ADDs) to represent the Assembly District in which they are registered as a Democrat.
A DSCC delegate is the representative for their committee and specific district. Delegates attend the annual Democrats Convention, network with other Democrats, elect Party officers, promote the California Democratic Party agenda, endorse candidates for statewide, legislative and congressional office, and vote to endorse resolutions and ballot measures all doing so while representing their constituency.
DATE & TIME: January 22 at 7:00 pm.
LOCATION: Congregation B’nai Israel, 2111 Bryan Ave, Tustin
Our special guest speaker will be former Democratic congresswoman Loretta Sanchez who has entered the race to replace 3rd District Supervisor Todd Spitzer, who was elected to be the county’s new district attorney. http://sanchezforocsupervisor.com
We will be covering a lot of ground at this meeting including the election of our 2019 Board. Members will be voting on the Executive Slate: Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. Nominations from the floor will also be considered.
We look forward to seeing you as we keep our momentum from 2018 going!
At the OC Women’s March this year, we want to emphasize and celebrate our pride in all we have accomplished together. Don’t miss out – it’s more important than ever to make our voices heard and make our numbers seen!
TIME: 8:00 AM
WHERE: TOP of parking garage behind Rutabegorz/Old Town Tustin
Looking For Us At The March? Look for the Tustin Dems group at the front of the March where the banner holders are – look for the blue and orange balloons!
We will carpool over, march and return to Rutabegorz after the march to celebrate another great event!
Join the Tustin Democratic Club’s monthly meeting at Congregation B’nai Israel, 2111 Bryan Ave, Tustin, on November 27th, at 7:00 pm. We will be celebrating Katie Porter’s victory in the 45th District, and planning for our future activities as we keep the Blue Wave moving forward into 2020! There is still much work to be done!
There is no meeting in December, but stay tuned for more information on a December celebration with Katie.
The next meeting of the Tustin Democratic club is Tuesday August 28th at 7:00 pm at Congregation B’Nai Israel, 1211 Bryan Avenue, Tustin.
Our speaker is Salvador G. Sarmiento, national campaign coordinator for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) which supports grassroots and legislative efforts in defense of immigrant and workers rights.
Join us for a conversation to find out what allies of immigrants can do to reject Trumps anti immigrant agenda.
Meet Katie Porter
Learn how YOU can help turn Orange County Blue!
Dem meeting flyer