On January 20, a man will be sworn in as President of the United States whose rhetoric has been inflammatory and derogatory toward far too many groups of people. You can take to the streets that Friday to protest, then march in solidarity with the national Women's March on Saturday, to stand up for fellow Americans and show that we will demand justice. (Click for descriptions and more details. These events are independently organized independently of the Party.)
This past weekend thousands of people gathered to influence the future of the California Democratic Party, by voting in what are called the ADEM elections. Held every two years, voters chose more than 1,000 State Party delegates across the state. California led the country in repudiating Donald Trump and standing up for the values we believe in. These newly elected representatives will make sure the California Democratic Party continues to do so over the next four years. To see preliminary results, go to www.cadem.org/our-party/adem.
"San Diego County is no longer a Republican stronghold or even a swing county in California. Signaling changing demographics and a shift in the political landscape, the San Diego County Democratic Party raised $1.4 million to elect 70% of their endorsed candidates in November, including winning 16 seats previously held by Republicans."