Saturday, May 1, 2010
CVDC Upcoming Events and Candidate Announcements
Upcoming Events and Candidate Announcements
Organizing for America - Community Organizer and Data Training
Be a part of the President’s Field Team! Saturday!
Description: "Join the President’s field team and learn the VOTE 2010 Mid-Term Election Strategy and how you can help President Obama and the California state and local electoral. We are building teams in our area to help educate voters on important issues and to turn out 2008 first time voters to vote again in 2010.”
Time: Saturday, May 1 from 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM RSVP to: http://my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/gp8y2j
Location: Stanislaus County Central Labor Council Office (Modesto, CA)
1125 Kansas Ave.
Modesto, CA 95351
Put on your walking shoes and join Balvino Irizarry for a walk of Modesto’s Supervisory District # 4 this Saturday, May 1, at 9:30 am. Canvassers will meet at Graceada Park located close to downtown on Sycamore Ave./Needham Ave. the meeting place will be in the picnic area near the tennis courts. Juice and doughnuts will be provided.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
March for Immigration Reform
Meet at 10am at 1337 Crowslanding Road, South Modesto, CA
Wear white t-shirts, good walking shoes and carry an American flag.
Marching as a parade entry in the Cinco de Mayo Parade
Maggie Mejia- Latino Community Roundtable (LCR) 303-2664
Join Martha Carlton-Magana candidate for Judge District for a “Picnic at the Red Rock” Sunday, May 2nd! Red Rock Media Center
915 14th St.
Food - music, good company; no ants. Everyone is welcome!
Media Advisory - National Drinking Water Week.
Virginia Madueno, Clean Water Action 209-968-7052
Jennifer Clary, Clean Water Action 707-483-6352
Who: Residents from unincorporated communities in the northern SJV will join with local leaders including Luis Molina, Board Member of El Concilio and President of the Stanislaus County Office of Education, Maggie Mejia with Latino Community Roundtable, Virginia Madueno and their representatives in Modesto to call for a solution to the local drinking water crisis and commemorate National Drinking Water Week.
What: Residents of many disadvantaged unincorporated communities, who for years have been living with contaminated drinking water, and their supporters, will meet in Modesto to hold a press conference to call for Clean, Safe Drinking water now!
This is one of two press conferences taking place across the San Joaquin Valley to call for a solution to the Valley’s drinking water crisis. For more information on the Seville press conference, contact Maria Herrera of Community Water Center at (559) 733-0219,
When: Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 from 10-10:30 AM
Where: El Concilio, 1314 H Street, Modesto, CA
Visuals: Community residents calling for safe drinking water now
Real samples of water bottles filled with contaminated water from local communities
Stories of communities struggling for safe drinking water
Why: Many local valley communities have, for years, lacked safe drinking water on a daily basis in their homes, schools, and workplaces. These communities are forced to find and pay for alternative water supplies while they wait to obtain funding for projects that would help upgrade old infrastructure or install new treatment systems. As people across the country celebrate clean, safe drinking water during National Drinking Water Week, Clean Water Action and its community partners and supporters are highlighting the many families and residents who still lack this basic human right. We are calling on local and San Joaquin Valley Congressional representatives to provide direct emergency funding to communities regularly drinking toxic tap water and work to create long-term solutions to the San Joaquin Valley drinking water crisis. It is time to ensure that no community goes another day without access to safe water!
Sponsoring Organizations: Clean Water Action, California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Communities for a New California, El Concilio and Latino Community Roundtable.
Please Join and Help Elect
Assemblyman & Former Majority Leader
Alberto Torrico for Attorney General
“Meet & Greet” for Central Valley Democratic Club Members
Harvest Moon Restaurant
1213 I Street, Modesto
$25.00 per person
5:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.
No host bar
RSVP to Patty Hughes (209) 869-5609
Alberto Torrico Reception
At a Wine and Heavy Hors D’oeuvres Reception
Wednesday, May 5, 2009
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
1101 J Street – Modesto
$2500 Sponsor, $500 Host, $250 Individual Ticket
For questions, please contact Sandy Pohl at (209) 576-6355.
Checks payable to Alberto Torrico for Attorney General, FPPC ID# 1315641, Tax ID# 26-4304287
1818 L Street, Ste. 615, Sacramento, CA 95811
Or by credit card at www.AlbertoTorrico.com, click on “contribute”
Congressman Cardoza’s 7th Annual Linguica Fest “Boogie on the Bayou!”
Hosted by the Lyons Family.
Old Fisherman’s Club - 10800 Maze Blvd., 6:00 p.m. Social – 7:00, Dinner and Dancing.
For ticket information go to: www.denniscardoza.com
STATEWIDE Voter Registration Day-Organizing for America and the Central Valley Democratic Club
Sign up to help in your area!
Candidate Forum CSU Stanislaus Democratic Club presents: We are hosting an on campus event Tuesday May 11th, 2010. The event will be held in the event center at 2:00p.m. and will run until 4:00p.m. This forum will feature several speakers from both state and local races. I hope you all can make it. After the event the club will be voting to endorse candidates.
We will be holding a raffle with some awesome prizes and there will be food, SO COME CHECK IT OUT!
Contact Jackie Shirley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Leu has invited you to "Budget Justice Rally" on Monday, May 17 at 1:00pm.
Event: Budget Justice Rally
Start Time: Monday, May 17 at 1:00pm
End Time: Monday, May 17 at 2:30pm
Where: Chase Bank
Street: 2900 Standiford Ave (at Sisk)
City/Town: Modesto, CA
To see more details and RSVP, follow the link below:
Congressman Cardoza, Blue Dogs Pass Bill to Rein in Wasteful and Fraudulent Spending
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. House of Representatives passed significant bipartisan legislation today aimed at eliminating $98 billion lost to waste, fraud and abuse due to poor oversight on the part of federal agencies. The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act was cosponsored by Congressman Cardoza and is a key component of the Blue Dog Blueprint for Fiscal Reform.
Les Marsden for Congress Sign & Sticker pick-up contact Frank Ploof: email@example.com
Modesto office for the Anna Caballero State Senate campaign!
We are located at:
The Pacific Center
1021 - 11 th Street (next door to Extreme Pizza)
Modesto, Ca 5354
You cannot miss the office, Caballero signs all around the windows and in a very visible location. We will have a grand opening office party in mid-May once we stage the office. Anna is very excited that she now has a local office to meet with supporters and volunteers alike. As Anna has stated so many times, she has an open door policy and looks forward to seeing you all in the very near future.
The campaign would appreciate any donations that you can offer. We need:
coffee machine (s)
folding tables (6 feet and smaller)
and much, much more.
We are also poised to begin phone banking and we will need folks to assist in this effort as well. These will be paid positions and very important to the overall campaign here in the City of Modesto. If you know folks that might be interested (college students, seniors, etc) have them contact me ASAP. We will begin training this weekend and kick-off the phone banking on Monday, May 3rd. Until our phones are installed I can be reached at 510-502-4871 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by CVPolitics at 5:24 AM