It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year…VOTETOBERFEST
Voters in Santa Barbara are about the receive their vote-by-mail ballots! This is the most critical time for our campaign to elect Alejandra Gutierrez and Mike Jordan to the City Council. City elections are vote-by-mail only, so we need to turn out in big numbers this weekend to make sure every single voter knows to expect their ballot in the mail Monday. Join us to canvass the East Side and the Mesa to get out the vote!
Phone BankingMonday, October 7 at 5PMTuesday, October 8 at 5PMWednesday, October 9 at 5PMThursday, October 10 at 5PM
CanvassingSaturday, October 12 at 10 AMSunday, October 13 at 1PM
ParkingPublic parking located at City Lot 8 and City Lot 9 at 1015 Anacapa St. and 921 Anacapa St.All 15/75/90 minute street parking restrictions are waived after 6 PM.
PAID FOR BY THE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE FPPC# 742091 | FEC# C00427856
New SB Campaign HQ Opens: volunteer-driven canvassing with neighborhood walks starting at 10 a.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. on Sundays
With Labor Day in the rear-view mirror, the campaigns for Santa Barbara City Council and County Board of Supervisors have kicked into high gear with the opening of a new Santa Barbara County Democratic Party headquarters that will get the work done not only for this November and next March’s Primary, but on through 2020. The HQ is located centrally at 123 E. Carrillo Blvd.
The schedule of volunteer-driven canvassing and phone banking will continue with neighborhood walks starting at 10 a.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. on Sundays, while Monday thru Friday phone banking beginning at 5 p.m. will start September 20.
On September 27th, people across the world will strike from work and school to demand immediate action from our local, county, state, and federal governments on climate change. In Santa Barbara, we will have a rally and march in De La Guerra Plaza at noon, where attendees can connect with local environmental groups and learn about what they can do to stop climate change.
The Democratic community’s annual 4th of July BBQ at Stow Grove Park in Goleta, co-sponsored by the Democratic Service Club and the Santa Barbara Young Democrats, was our best attended ever, and included addresses by Rep. Salud Carbajal, State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Assembly Member Monique Limón, Supervisors Das Williams and Joan Hartmann. SB Mayor Cathy Murrilo introduced the party’s endorsed City Council candidates for 2019: Alejandra Gutierrez, Oscar Gutierrez, and Meagan Harmon.
all photos by Marian Shapiro
co-sponsored with the Santa Barbara Young Democrats
Raise our voices! The Mueller investigation must be transparent for all to see! We will be sure all our representatives, nationwide, know that 80% of the American people believe this full report should be made public.
Attorney General William Barr said he will make the Mueller Report available–with redactions–in mid-April, so he will miss U. S. House of Representative’s April 2 deadline.
We now have the rare opportunity to get out ahead of an issue and shape it!
SHOW WASHINGTON WHAT WE WANT! SHOW HOW STRONGLY WE WANT IT!
RELEASE THE FULL MUELLER REPORT! IT IS OURS! WE HAVE WAITED TWO YEARS FOR IT!
A show of strength here and across the country stiffens spines in Washington. This has happened more times than we can count. It’s time to do it again!
MoveOn.Org, Indivisible, Common Cause, the Sierra Club and a host of other sponsors are calling for a national mobilization for Thursday (4/4/2019)