The Club just mailed endorsement cards to all Democrats who voted in November of 2016 in Culver City

A picture of the endorsement card is on page five of this online newsletter. Also, you should be able to see a photo of the endorsement card on the Culver City Democratic Club Facebook page:

Facebook.com/CulverCityDems

We were able to pay for the printing and mailing of the cards, nearly $4,000, because of fundraising the Club did last year.

Speaking of fundraising, we need to mail out another endorsement card for the November 3rd election. We have two fundraising events scheduled, one  February 16, the annual luncheon, and the other is the Drag Queen Bingo event at Hamburger Mary’s on March 22.

There’s an ad for the luncheon on page four of this newsletter, and an ad for Drag Queen Bingo on page two. I hope members will support the Club in our efforts to raise money for the essential purpose of getting Democrats elected. Please come to the luncheon and to Drag Queen Bingo, and please consider buying an ad or having your name in the luncheon program as a sponsor.

Program for Black History Month

A representative of Black Lives Matter LA will speak at our general meeting February 12. We have also invited our endorsed candidate for Los Angeles County District Attorney, George Gascon. The two have in common the desire to replace the current DA, Jackie Lacey. As always, the business meeting will start at 7 p.m and the speaking program will begin at 8 p.m.

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