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The ADEMs are here! The ADEM elections are upon us . If you want to volunteer contact the convener.

Saturday January 12
80th Assembly District
Olivewood Clubhouse, 541 E 24th St, National City, CA 91950 (map)
Emily Bonner [email protected] (619) 549-9585

Sunday January 13th
78th Assembly District
Musicians Association ( same place as 2017), 1717 Morena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92110 (map)
Rafael Perez [email protected] (619) 301-5111

Saturday January 26th
79th Assembly District
Johnson Elementary, 1355 Kelton Rd, San Diego, CA 92114 (map)
Judy Ki [email protected] (858) 395-8882

Sunday January 27th
77th Assembly District
IBEW Local 465, 7444 Trade Street, San Diego CA 92121 (map)
Cody Peterson [email protected] (858) 922-7593

Sunday January 27th
75th Assembly District
Paloma Elementary School, 660 Camino Magnificio, San Marcos 92069 (map)
Roger Garcia [email protected] (951) 216-1391

Sunday January 27th
76th Assembly District
Oceanside Public Library, 330 N. Coast Hwy, Oceanside 92054 (map)
Deborah Cunningham-Skurnik [email protected] (949) 521-3292

Setup ~11:00am
Doors open at 12:00pm

Speeches start at 12:30pm
Voting starts at 1:00pm
Voting closes at 3:00pm
Counting ballots ~5:00pm


Democratic Clubs

There are almost 60 Democratic clubs located across San Diego County – most are ‘geographical’ clubs and closely involved with local community issues, others are ‘affinity’ clubs with members from across the county, and some are ‘academic’ clubs located on college campuses.

The clubs are the grassroots of the Democratic Party.

Calendar

This calendar of events is maintained by the San Diego County Democratic Party, contact (858) 277-3367 or [email protected] to report changes or additions.

Democratic Clubs in San Diego County

Council of Clubs

The Council of Democratic Clubs is an informal assembly of Democratic Club and Democratic Coalition presidents, or their designated representatives. The Council’s purpose is to foster communication and cooperation between Council members, to assist in building the organizational capacity of Clubs and Coalitions, to develop and implement projects that are beneficial to Council members’ operations, and engage in other activities as the Council deems appropriate. The Council of Democratic Clubs is not a governing body for the entities represented.

The Council of Clubs meets monthly to share ideas/tactics between Democratic clubs by:

  • training on topics chosen by the clubs
  • networking new club officers with Democratic club veterans
  • fostering a spirit of cooperation and shared purpose

Some recent areas of communication and cooperation: