Category: Notice

Vote for change on June 5th – John Mutz for Sheriff

For the first time in more than two decades, we the people of Sonoma County have a real choice for sheriff. Not just of three experienced candidates, but also of the kind of law enforcement we want for our county. If you believe, as we do, that the relationship between law enforcement and the communities …

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Town Council candidate Rosa Reynoza to speak at May meeting

On Thursday, May 24, Rosa Reynoza will speak at the Windsor/North County Democratic Club. The topic will be “community engagement and inclusiveness.” Ms. Reynoza has been involved as a volunteer in her community since she was a youth growing up in Windsor. She even made the transition to local politics, running for Town Council in …

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Making a difference in Windsor on June 5th

The Windsor/North County Democratic Club voted, at its meeting on April 26, to actively campaign for two June 5th ballot measures: * Regional Measure 3, which will (among many other things) provide funding to (finally!) eliminate the Navato Narrows on Route 101, and funding for the SMART train system to bring trains to Windsor (by 2021). * State Proposition 68, which …

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Club Endorses Five of Six Ballot Measures in June, to Actively Campaign for Two

SMART expanding to Windsor? State parks made safer and drinking water made cleaner? Rainwater-capture systems not being added to your property tax? Ballot propositions going into effect five days after all votes are counted? Revenues generated from transportation fees and taxes going only to transportation funding? These seem like easy choices to make, but for …

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Windsor Dems Get Ready for the June Primary

At its April 26th meeting, the Windsor Democratic Club will discuss six ballot measures (one local, five state) to be voted on at the upcoming June 5th election. The club will decide whether to add its endorsement for measures that have already been endorsed by the California Democratic Party or the Sonoma County Democratic Party …

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Sheriff Candidate John Mutz to speak to club

Sheriff candidate John Mutz will speak to the club at its February 22nd meeting, at 7 p.m., at the Windsor Round Table Pizza restaurant on Old Redwood Highway. His presentation will be followed by a question and answer period. John Mutz started as a Deputy Sheriff/Coroner in 1971 in Sutter County, moving to the Los Angeles …

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Remaining Two Sheriff Candidates to Speak in January and February

By the end of February, all three of the declared candidates for Sonoma County Sheriff will have spoken, individually, at a Sonoma/North County Democratic club meeting. Captain Mark Essick was first, in October. On January 25, Santa Rosa City Councilman and retired Santa Rosa Police Lieutenant Ernesto Olivares will speak at the club’s 7 p.m. …

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Sheriff Candidate Mark Essick to Speak at October Meeting

Captain Mark Essick, a candidate in the upcoming election for Sheriff of Sonoma County, will speak to the club at the meeting on Thursday, October 26th, at 7 p.m. at the Windsor Round Table restaurant. The club will also elect four voters and two alternates for the regional pre-endorsement conference in January 2018. This allows the …

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Tenant’s Rights Attorney To Speak to Club

As rents increase, as a result of the county’s severe housing shortage, lower-income tenants are being forced into substandard housing. In her presentation, tenant’s rights attorney Edie Sussman, the featured speaker at the Windsor/North County Democratic Club meeting on September 28, will share her vast knowledge on this issue. Ms. Sussman completed her undergraduate studies …

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August Presentation – Creating Public Banks

After hearing from district elected officials in the last several meetings, the club will host an issue-based presentation by public banking advocate Shelly Browning on Thursday, August 24, at 7 p.m. at the Windsor Round Table Pizza, 8499 Old Redwood Highway. Ms. Browning has been involved in the public banking movement for the past five …

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