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.
Candidate for California Senate District 1, Rob Rowen, will visit Placer County Latino Democratic Club (PCLDC) to discuss his candidacy and issue affecting the people who live in this largely rural district. There will be a question/answer period where you can interact with Rob Rowen and discuss your concerns and share your points of view.
Our meeting will run from 11 AM to 1 PM. Afterwards, we will have some of the Mexican Pizza prepared by our friends at Fast Freddy’s Pizza & Pasta (a Latino-owned business).
When: Saturday, May 1, 2016 11 AM – 1 PM
Where: Fast Freddy’s Pizza & Pasta, 130 Main St. Roseville, CA.
Our April 2016 General Membership meeting is scheduled for Saturday April 9, 2016. We will meet at 11 AM at Fast Freddy’s Pizza & Pasta. 130 Main St Roseville, CA (see map below)
On the agenda:
We will be discussing voter registration events scheduled in Roseville and Lincoln, California. These are voter outreach efforts in Latino neighborhoods. Spanish speakers are encouraged to participate.
We will also be discussing upcoming club elections. All officers are up for election. If you’d like to become a leader in our club, then be sure to attend this meeting!
Join Placer Democrats, Local Elected Officials, Activists, and others to discuss topics such as voter outreach, get information on our local clubs, and meet other Democrats interested in leading our party to victory in November.
The conference will be held at Legends at Woodcreek Sports Bar and Grill 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard Roseville, California 95747.
The Placer County Latino Democratic Club (PCLDC) will be joining the Placer County Democratic Party in holding a voter registration drive in Roseville, California on Saturday, September 19, 2015. We will meet at 10 AM.
We will be walking a neighborhood that has a noticeable Latino population in an effort to get more Latinos registered AND VOTING!
This walk is only two hours in length. But A LOT can be accomplished in just two hours if we have enough hands on-board.
If you would like to make a difference in the lives of people in your community, step out and help us on this registration drive.