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Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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Club Special Events

Culver City Candidates – 4th of July – Virtual BBQ

Five of the six CCDC members who plan to run for the three open seats on the Culver City Council on November...

Two rent control ballot propositions

Watch video of the Culver City Democratic Club’s July 8 program, with Councilmember Meghan Sahli-Wells explaining the Culver City ballot proposition to overturn local renter protections.

Panel to lead a discussion on homelessness at January 8 general meeting

January meeting progam At our January meeting, three local activists will lead a discussion of homelessness: Karlo Silbiger, chair...

LA Supervisor candidate Holly Mitchell will be the speaker at our October meeting

There are four Democrats running for County Supervisor in District 2. Over the last three months the Club heard from Jan Perry,...

Best of Enemies screening

The Culver City Democratic Club is having a fundraiser for the Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum with a preview screening of...

Latest news

More November 3 ballot propositions

Proposition 14 Stem cell research bond --$5.5 billion for medical research. --Continues...

Vote YES on Proposition 24

As a data privacy attorney, I reviewed the actual text of Proposition 24.

Here are the endorsements recently voted on by the California Democratic Party

YES Proposition 14 — Stem cell research funding. Proposition 15 — Changes commercial and Industrial property...

Judging the judges

The judicial races are always one of the most frustrating parts of the ballot, especially as we become more aware of the...

Prop 22— The Thing That Would Not Die

if this thing becomes law, it will be on the books until the sun sets for the last time
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