Virtual House Parties
House parties – whether in person or virtual - are a powerful tool to persuade, organize, motivate and activate people who support our Democratic values and want to see positive change in our communities and our nation. The success of our Democratic Party in 2020 literally depends on all of us reaching out to our neighbors, talking with them about the direction of this state, and getting them involved. Because of this, CADEM has set the goal of 1,000 house parties by August 31st. We know that in order to win up and down the ballot, we need to invite friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues to get involved. House parties are the perfect tool for making those connections.
An organized house party utilizes the power of our natural social networks and our own stories to energize people who are already active and to persuade & motivate people who are hungry for change but have not yet found a way to be active. The key to a successful house party is sticking to the agenda and running it properly.
As the host, we ask that you focus on motivating people through values and moving them to action—not debating issues or specific policies. A house party is a chance to develop leadership and move others into action. It is not a dinner party or a cocktail party. It is a working meeting with a social component, so it is important to stay focused. Fellowship, fun and social connection are powerful tools to engage and motivate people. We are going to save the world in 2020 - together!
Virtual House Party Materials https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FeCRTWST0QJQctlOrjOncXmxrqYoTK1x?usp=sharing
2020 Census Outreach
The. 2020 Census will influence individuals, communities, governments, for-profit entities, and nonprofit organizations throughout the next decade. Data obtained will inform decision makers in all sectors and lead to allocation of political power and financial resources. If the data are wrong, there will be inequitable distribution of resources for basic community needs, such as education, food and income security, health care, housing, transportation, and much more. The allocation of $1.5 trillion in federal funds hinges annually on the decennial data, including funding for state and local governments, as well as for nonprofits to deliver services to individuals
and communities. Key programs that receive funding specifically from federal grants include the National School Lunch program, Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicaid, Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG), Head Start, and Early Head Start.
Census Phone Bank Link - cadem.vote/LACensus
Census Script Link- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xO_WxPwctgo94s3lx_f7Ghr0mmZvEDgF/edit
CADEM - Events and Volunteer Actions
A link to all upcoming CADEM events and actions.
Phone Banks For Out Of State Senate Races
We are pleased to be able to share with you some great opportunities for members of your volunteer team to help flip the Senate BLUE in November by joining virtual phone banks and text banks run by our Democratic brothers and sisters in the key states of Arizona, Michigan and North Carolina.
Arizona - Mark Kelly For Senate (and support for down ballot candidates
After volunteers sign-up at this Mobilize link, Mission for Arizona’s organizer Meg Johnston will follow-up to train them, answer any questions they may have and make sure they are all set up.
Michigan - Re-elect Gary Peters for Senate
Text bank - sign up: https://www.mobilize.us/cadems/event/267026
Online phone bank sign up: https://www.mobilize.us/cadems/event/265575/
North Carolina - Cal Cunnigham for Senate
Phone Bank Sign Up: https://www.mobilize.us/dashboard/ncdp/event
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Congratulations to all of our San Pedro Democratic Club endorsed candidates in their primary wins:
STATE SENATOR, 35th District - STEVEN CRAIG BRADFORD
SUPERVISOR 4TH DISTRICT - JANICE HAHN
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Member of the Board of Education, District 7 - PATRICIA CASTELLANOS
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 42 - LINDA L. SUN
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 76 - EMILY COLE
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 97 - SHERRY L. POWELL
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 129 - KENNETH M. FULLER
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 162 - SCOTT ANDREW YANG
Congratulations to our San Pedro Democratic Club Members for their primary wins:
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 70th District -PATRICK O'DONNELL
MEMBER, COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, 63RD ASSEMBLY DISTRICT - DEMOCRATIC - LINDA BASSETT & FRANBERT CALDERON
MEMBER, COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, 64TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT - DEMOCRATIC - IRENE HUERTA & JAWANE HILTON
MEMBER, COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, 66TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT - DEMOCRATIC - CONNIE SULLIVAN & STACEY SPAGON GOLDEN
MEMBER, COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, 70TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT - DEMOCRATIC - SHANNON ROSS, JACOB LEE HAIK, MARIA D. NORVELL & CHRISTOPHER P. ROBSON
LONG BEACH CITY PRIMARY NOMINATING ELECTION Member of the City Council, 6th District - SUELY SARO
LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Governing Board Member, District 2 - TONIA REYES URANGA
For all primary election results in Los Angeles County click here: https://results.lavote.net/#year=2020&election=4085