There's a special election in Contra Costa County on May 19, and the stakes are high. Only one candidate will protect good jobs, school funding, and workers rights. Please click here to make calls from home and help turn out voters to elect endorsed Democrat Susan Bonilla!
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The San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee voted unanimously on Tuesday to support resolutions calling on state and federal governments to move on priority issues for many Americans: climate change, gender equity, voter enfranchisement, and protecting jobs.
Assemblymember Susan Bonilla is a former high school teacher, mayor, and county supervisor who has worked to strengthen neighborhood schools, protect public safety services, and support job growth and working families across the state. Please click here to log in to an online phone bank where you can help turn out voters for her in the special election for State Senate on May 19. You'll be provided with instructions and a script.
On April 15 the Fight for $15 will be having a National Day of Action to call for higher wages for fast-food workers. Join with working people, faith organizations, students, and others in demonstrating for basic considerations like union rights and higher wages. Supporters will gather at the SDSU Campus (Scripps Cottage Lawn) at 4 p.m. on April 15. Sign up at www.April15.org to become part of this important movement.