Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Pacific Beach Recreation Center,
1405 Diamond Street
San Diego, CA 92109
(PB Rec Center is at the corner of Diamond and Gresham. Look for our PB Dem Club banner. Leave time to park and walk to the recreation center.)
Join us for an all-important Get Out the Vote training in September! And we’re excited to have Assemblymember Todd Gloria as a featured speaker. We think it’ll be the most important club meeting of the year!
GO Team Training, San Diego County Democratic Party
Todd Gloria, Assemblymember Representing the 78th California Assembly District
Go Team Training – GO Team canvassing on behalf of the SD County Democratic Party with door hangers or by phone is the single most significant action all of us can take to positively impact the upcoming November 6th Election!
The SD County Democratic Party volunteer trainer will provide a free, quick, and intense GO Team training to attendees. Light snacks and beverages provided.
Our national, statewide, and local candidates need our help to get people to vote on November 6th. The 8% to 14% increase in voter turnout that results from even minimal GO Team contact in our precincts could swing the election for multiple close races and initiatives. Your canvassing will take much less time than you think… join us to find out how easy it is to reach out to voters and make a difference.
Show your dedication! Channel your anger and determination!
Help us to help America restore democratic values!
*PLEASE NOTE – Yard signs for several local candidates will be available for pick up at this meeting.*
Assemblymember Todd Gloria – In December 2016, Todd Gloria was sworn in as the California State Assemblymember for the 78th Assembly District making him only the second person of Filipino heritage ever elected to the California State Assembly and the Legislature’s only enrolled tribal member. In the Assembly, Todd has continued his advocacy for increased infrastructure investment and pragmatic and innovative solutions to housing and homelessness. To date, Todd has been able to successfully author, pass, and receive the Governor’s signature on 13 pieces of legislation dealing with important issues such as election reform, housing solutions, and cutting government red tape for small businesses. Todd is currently the Assembly’s Majority Whip.
A native San Diegan, Todd’s lifelong career in public service was inspired by a lesson his parents – a hotel maid and a gardener – taught him at a young age: if you truly care about something, then you should leave it better than you found it. That lesson continues to motivate Todd to improve the San Diego region and the State of California every single day.
Todd is a graduate of the University of San Diego and an enrolled member of the Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. He lives in the neighborhood of Mission Hills.