Katharine Gring

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Virtual Roosevelt-Hamer Dinner to benefit the Santa Barbara County Democratic Party –  Sunday July 26, 2020 ~ 6:20-7:20

We hope you doing well and staying safe during these challenging times.  Unfortunately, we had to postpone our annual Roosevelt-Hamer Dinner due to Covid-19 but we are now going virtual! Please join us in welcoming special guest  Congressman Adam Schiff  for the Virtual Roosevelt-Hamer Dinner to benefit the Santa Barbara County Democratic Party  Sunday July 26, 2020 ~ …

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Help Win Back CA-25 for Christy Smith, virtual phone bank, Sunday, July 26, 2 p.m. — and Petition to Support Local Ag Workers

DSC volunteers wrote 600 postcards for Christy Smith in the May 12 Special Election in this crucial L.A. County congressional district. We came up short, but now as we head toward November and filling the seat for a full-term, we can help again with a virtual phone bank, Sunday, July 26, 2 p.m. In 2018 Democrats …

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Texting/Postcards/Phoning

The Dems of Rossmoor Texters in Walnut Creek, CA. offer one-on-one remote training to Get Out the Vote in key states. This group of activists claims to be the largest Dem club in the country with 1,100 paid members. Since 2018 they have sent out over 14 million texts without using personal phones, since the texting is all computer-based. Sign up at CADEMs Events. More locally, join a Virtual …

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Of Interest to the Democratic Community

Dawn Addis (AD-35) Fundraiser With recent dramatic shifts in voter registration in the North SB County/SLO Assembly district (CA-35), that seat is now a very real possibility for turning blue. Dawn Addis is a teacher, sits on the Morro Bay City Council, and is a terrific progressive Democrat. Click on the graphic below to support her campaign …

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Today Is A Day of Action!

You are invited to join the CA Democratic Party’s Virtual Day of Action Sunday, June 14, at 1:00 p.m., to call voters in the important battleground state of Arizona. Californians are focusing on Democratic candidate Mark Kelly in Arizona, because this is one of the races where we are most likely to flip a Senate seat. And Kelly …

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Anniversary of Medgar Evers Murder – June 12, 1963

Arlington National Cemetery Today, we honor the life of Medgar Evers, WWII veteran and civil rights icon, on the anniversary of his murder, June 12, 1963. Evers fought for freedom in Europe, but it was his work as a civil rights leader in Mississippi that cost him his life. He is laid to rest in …

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DSC Standing with Proponents of True Racial Equality and Social Reform

Stay Safe – Wear a Mask Outside & Victim Advocate

It’s almost the weekend and we just want to remind everyone to please stay at home or be safe when you are outside. Even if you are on a trail, riding on a bike path, or jogging, please wear a mask to protect yourself and those you are passing. Especially if you are exercising, you …

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Still there are a couple of Things that can be Accomplished from a Safe Social Distance

Unity and shared endeavor are core ideals for the DSC, but right now literally coming together is not cool. We had great plans: Throw a party to celebrate recent victories in local races. Give it a bit of a St. Paddy’s Day theme, but make sure to distinguish luck from hard work. Honor our great …

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Win Wisconsin Webinar – Tuesday, March 17 @ 7pm PT

Defeat Trump in a Key State: Now a Webinar The WinWisconsin concept is fairly simple. Click here for explanation. The full story is the topic of Prof. Lewis Friedland’s webinar. To access this webinar you’ll need to fill out a simple RSVP form here. A selection of dates and times for this week are available on that form. …

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