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Clovis Democratic Club March 2016 Newsletter

Newsletter 3-2016

Next Meeting

Thursday March 17th 2016

At Seven Bar & Grill, 25 Shaw Ave. Clovis

Phone: (559) 322-1605

Members to convene at 6:00. Business at 6:15. Program to follow immediately.

Message From President Jeni:

As we move through the primary season, it becomes clearer every week how high the stakes are. It is possible that the competence of certain candidates to lead this country is not there. Will someone not qualified to be the leader of the free world get elected? On the other hand, if we are lucky enough to have either Bernie or Hillary elected, will they have a Congress that will work with them or one that only obstructs and gridlocks government? And the Supreme Court, the branch of government that has the most influence over the course of our country for the next generation, hangs in the balance. With so much on the line, what can we do individually and as a club to make a difference, especially with little to vote on here in Clovis? Here are some options:

  • Encourage your Democratic friends and family members to vote.
  • Become a precinct leader and walk your precinct, getting to know your Democratic neighbors. Good training and materials are available at the Democratic Headquarters.
  • Help register new citizens at the Naturalization Ceremony, March 15, 9:30 a.m. by the Saroyan Theater. ·        Participate in nearby crucial races. There is a walk for Joaquin Arambula in the Assembly District 31 Special Election on Saturday, March 12 at 10:00 or Sunday, March 13 at 11:00 at the Carpenters’ Union Hall, 1361 N. Hulbert.
  • Attend the Fresno County Democratic Central Committee Fundraiser, April 22, 5:30 p.m., 2625 W. Vassar. 



Report: Hate Groups Increased By 15% in 2015
Buoying Republican hopes in 2016.


California Democratic Convention

Our March meeting will be a recap of the California Democratic Convention which happened February 26 through 28. We were fortunate to have several club members attending as Delegates who will share the high points (Vice President Joe Biden’s speech) and low points (Secret Service and TSA security) of the convention and give our impressions of meetings and speeches. Much to learn about the workings of the Democratic Party in California!

Fresno County Homeless Issues

Paul Jackson addressed our meeting last month to elaborate on the issues surrounding efforts to improve conditions for the homeless in Fresno County.