Category: Notice

Local activists to speak on October 24th

On Thursday, October 24th, from 7 to 9 pm, the Windsor Democratic Club will hear two presentations on improving Windsor’s community life. John Stayton and Cathy Taylor, of Sonoma Political Education and Action Salon (PEAS), will speak on their group’s experiences with Zero Waste stations at the town concerts. They’ll also discuss their transition to …

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Election of members of the Central Committee of the Sonoma County Democratic Party

It’s not well known, but the members of the Central Committee of the Sonoma County Democratic Party  are elected by County voters – or, to be more specific, by those who get the Democratic Party ballot in the primary election. The 4th District, which encompasses Windsor, elects four of the 23 members of the Central Committee. Anyone …

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Supervisor James Gore to speak at Town Hall in Windsor

On Monday night, September 23rd, from 6:30 pm to 8 pm, Supervisor James Gore will hold a town hall at the Windsor Grange #410, sponsored by the Windsor Democratic Club. Supervisor Gore will speak on several topics of major interest to Windsor and 4th District residents, including Sonoma County roads and wineries and wine events. …

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Mayor Dominic Foppoli to speak to Windsor Dems on the “State of the Town”

On Thursday, Aug. 22, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Windsor Round Table Pizza restaurant, the Windsor Democratic Club will hear from Mayor Dominic Foppoli on the state of the Town of Windsor. Foppoli was first elected to the town council in November 2014. His current Council term ends in 2022, but he has …

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July 2019 meeting – cancelled

The club’s regular July meeting, scheduled for this coming Thursday, the 25th, is cancelled. Here are some alternatives: * The Santa Rosa Democratic Club will hold its July meeting on Wednesday, the 24th. Details are here: http://democlub.org/sites/default/files/newsletter/2019-07%20July%20Donkey%20Tale.pdf * The second set of Democratic presidential debates is on July 30th and 31st. More information is here: https://ballotpedia.org/Democratic_presidential_primary_debate_(July_30-31,_2019) * …

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WDC at the 2019 County Fair

Every year, the Sonoma County Democratic Party (SCDP) has a booth at the Sonoma County Fair. The booth is staffed by volunteers, and the Windsor Democratic Club has committed to finding volunteers for the first day of the fair, August 1st. Three volunteers are needed for each of three shifts: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., …

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Assembly District 2 Pre-Endorsement Conference

The Windsor Democratic Club is entitled to send five representatives to the Assembly District 2 Pre-Endorsement Conference, to be held the weekend of October 5-6. This conference, and similar conferences in other Assembly districts, is the first step in the California Democratic Party’s endorsement process for 2020 election contests.  (The California state primary is on …

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Debate-watching party, June 27th

On Thursday, June 27th, the Windsor Democratic Club will host a debate watch party for the second night of the first set of debates among Democratic presidential candidates. Among the ten candidates participating on the 27th will be Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and Pete Buttigieg. (The other six are Michael Bennet, Kirsten Gillibrand, …

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May 23rd Meeting: Is Universal Healthcare Imminent?

There’s a lot of talk about healthcare reform, but what would the Democrats’ bills in Congress—and the proposals being floated on the campaign trail—mean for you and your family? At the May 23rd meeting, writer Maria Behan will share her take on various reform proposals as well as some ideas for getting involved in the …

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Windsor Town Hall: The Green New Deal and You

Our earth is warming quickly. Every year the rate of increase is faster. The earth is in critical condition. One goal of the Green New Deal is to cut carbon emissions in half in 11 years – by 2030! It’s all about reversing current climate change trends. This requires, among other things: — Retrofitting older …

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