During their Tuesday, March 9th meeting, the SBLW Democratic Club Board voted unanimously to cancel all of the Club’s previously scheduled March gatherings because of their concerns relating to the spreading coronavirus. This included canceling the March 23rd Voter Awareness Session and the March 25th “Lunch Bunch”.
The program originally scheduled for the Club’s March 18th membership meeting which would have featured Congressman Harley Rouda’s Campaign Manager Alyssa Napuri has been tentatively rescheduled for Wed. April 15th. Napuri, who grew up in Orange County, worked with the California Democratic Party during the 2018 cycle as an organizer for three targeted congressional districts in Orange County, the 39th, the 45th, and Rouda’s 48th. She become Rouda’s field director for the 48th as that year’s general election approached. In the latter position, she managed a fleet of volunteers that grew to 8,000 who, among other things, knocked on an average of 98 doors per minute. Rouda has lauded the job she did for his 2018 campaign and has called her the right person to spearhead his 2020 reelection bid. Club members are looking forward to hearing from Alyssa.
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All registered Democrats are reminded that on Sunday, April 19th they will have the opportunity to vote in post-primary caucuses for delegates to the Democratic National Convention taking place in Milwaukee, WI on July 13-16. Voting will be by ballot, with space for each eligible voter to vote for all of the five delegate candidate positions allocated to our 48th Congressional District. Location for the caucus will be decided no later than March 30.
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Readers should email email@example.com or go to the newly updated website sblwdems.wordpress.com for more information about ways they can be involved in getting prepared for the Nov. General Election, regardless of when regular Club meetings are resumed.