Club meetings are going online
Club meetings are viewed as non-essential gatherings, and are postponed.
Many clubs are moving online and will host meetings using video conferencing tools starting in April.
The Council of Clubs is holding a series of online coffee meetings at 10AM each Saturday, March 28, April 4, and April 11 to preview the online meeting spaces. If you’re interested please email email@example.com, we will send you details on how to join, or signup here, but you have to bring your own coffee (BYOC).
“Changing our actions for a short period of time will save the life of one or more people you know,” said Governor Newsom. “That’s the choice before us. Each of us has extraordinary power to slow the spread of this disease. Not holding that concert or community event can have cascading effects — saving dozens of lives and preserving critical health care resources that your family may need a month from now. The people in our lives who are most at risk – seniors and those with underlying health conditions — are depending on all of us to make the right choice.”
The full policy can be found here.
For more the most up to date information on COVID-19 and California’s response, visit the CDPH website.
For an aggregate of existing research, and references to relevant data on the coronavirus outbreak https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus
Mobile – list of clubs & calendars for your mobile. Open on your phone and then Add to Home Screen.
There are around 50 Democratic clubs located across San Diego County (map) – 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 affiliated with an educational institution.
The clubs are the grassroots of the Democratic Party.
Check out Club Endorsements for local candidates on the Presidential Primary Election ballot on March 3, 2020.
Gallery of local candidates here.
Clubs are open to any registered Democrat in San Diego County. Not sure how you’re registered to vote? Check your current registration status or register. For more information, call the Registrar of Voters at (858) 565-5800.
The Council of Clubs is an informal assembly of Democratic Club presidents and officers and 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
If you’re a Democratic Club Officer join the Council of Clubs mailing list here.