As I write this we have less than two weeks to go before the June 2018 election. Early mail ballot returns are much lower than we’d hoped. If we are going be part of a Blue Wave, we need EVERYONE to cast a ballot. Continue reading GOTV – Get Out The Vote
We are happy to announce that the speaker for our May 2018 General Membership meeting will be Phyllis Kalbach. She has successfully been able to propose legislation, see it through the legislative process and ultimately become California law. Continue reading May 2018 General Membership Meeting
The Placer County Latino Democratic Club will meet Saturday March 10, 2018 at 10 AM. Continue reading March 2018 General Membership Meeting
Dr. Martin Luther King gave his life without having seen his dream come true.
Today, we see our leaders working to degrade much of the progress that has been made since the last 50+ years. Continue reading Be the dream
Placer County Latino Democratic Club will hold it’s January 2018 General Membership meeting on Saturday, January 13. We will meet at 11 AM at the Placer County Democratic Party HQ located at 699 Washington Blvd, Roseville CA.
We will be discussing the 2018 calendar of events, some fundraising events (including a winter holidays tamale sale!).
Join us to help set the tone for 2018. See you there!
There are many privileges to being a paid member of Placer County Latino Democratic Club. One privilege is to have a voice in deciding who our club supports in various races. Continue reading Membership has Privileges
Stop by the Placer County Latino Democratic Club and meet Richard Martin, Candidate for US Congressional District 4. Continue reading October 2017 General Membership meeting
Our 2017 Dia de la Independencia picnic was a great success! See what the fuss is all about!
Continue reading 2017 Picnic Success
As I write this today, it looks like President Donald Trump is planning to bring and end to the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program. But the fight’s not over yet. Continue reading Take action for DACA
Recently, Texas was in the news when they, and nine other states, chose to challenge DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). They will be pressing the Trump administration to rescind this executive order. Should DACA still be on the books on September 5, 2017, they have threatened to sue the federal government to have DACA canceled.
We can’t let that happen. Continue reading Defending DACA