Feb 06

Debate Party Thursday, Feb. 11th

debatesThe debate is hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The debate will take place from 9-11 p.m. EST (6-8 p.m. PST)

Our Club President, Michele (Mickey) Laws has invited us to gather at her Lake Arrowhead home, 207 Arrow Wood Drive. There is limited parking, so be sure to call her to lay claim to your favorite pot luck dish and discuss the parking.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Debate starts at 6:00!

If you’re unable to attend, the debate is set to air on PBS stations nationwide such as Milwaukee Public Television. There also will be a livestream on the web.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/democratic-debates-pbs-february-217587#ixzz3z4palV4b We have had two parties so far, and the “potluck” food has been EXCELLENT. Contact Mickey at either 909 336-6888 or 1-760-567-6159.

A Google Map is available HERE.

Jan 23

February Meeting Reminder

Mark Your Calendars

Jan 26th Meeting

Jan 26th Meeting

Our next meeting is Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m.

Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives from CA 8th District

Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives from CA 8th District

Presentation by Roger LaPlante, Candidate and Club member

Roger LaPlante, a Club member, is also a candidate for the 8th Congressional District. As Roger puts it, in this challenge against Tea Party member Paul Cook for his 8th District seat in the House of Representatives, “It’s time to bring back the “We the People” culture our nation was founded on. Our citizens have become disconnected from the original principle of citizen leaders. As your representative, I will work hard to get the corporations and lobbyist’s out of politics, and bring our country back to “We The People”. For more of his platform, see his website HERE. This is your opportunity to interact with the person who will be representing you in the House of Representatives next year!

Roger also volunteered to head up our Voter Registration effort in 2016, saying, “That is completely in line with my personal dedication to getting people to vote and become involved in making their communities better.”

Alpine Escrow Building

Alpine Escrow Building

Monthly meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in the community meeting room of Alpine Escrow, Blue Jay Mall, 27236 State Hwy 189, Blue Jay, California). Topics and speaker suggestions are always welcome – contact Club President Michele (“Mickey”) Laws at 760 567-6159.

Oct 19

VOTING – Your voice in the future


Voter Registration Deadlines
In California, the deadline to register to vote for any election is 15 days before Election Day, so please register early!

Voter Registration Deadlines for Upcoming Elections
Your registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than May 23, 2016 to vote in the Presidential Primary Election on June 7, 2016.
When to Re-Register to Vote
You need to re-register to vote when:

You move to a new permanent residence,
You change your name, or
You change your political party choice.

As a California voter, be aware that local elections in some areas are held on dates that do not coincide with statewide election dates. The 15-day close of registration deadline for these local elections varies depending on the actual date of the election. If you need to know a deadline for a local election, contact your county elections office.

You can click on the link below to check for frequently asked questions about voting, register to vote, see Democratic endorsements and locate your polling place!

CADEM Election Center

To check the status of your voter registration, follow this LINK:

Click on the “Sign In” button at the bottom of the page.

You’ll be asked for
• your last name
• the number (only) of your street address
• your birthdate
• a “captcha” set of letters or numbers

You should see your information on the screen and be asked to confirm that this is you.

When you click the “Yes, this is me” button, your registration information will be displayed. If there are any changes that need to be made, re-register according to your preferred method.

Do this quickly, as it takes some time for the information to be included in the County database.

You may also get help over the telephone at (909) 387-8300 or (800) 881-8683.