PAC Endorsement Day - Saturday, March 15th

Join the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club this Saturday, March 15th from 9am-2pm at the Women's Building (1st Floor Auditorium) as we hear from candidates and ballot measure proponents and opponents for the June election.

All members in good standing and who have attended at least 1 other PAC qualifying meeting (February 11th or March 11th PAC meetings) are eligible to vote in the PAC endorsements. All members and interested members of the public are encouraged to attend to hear from the various candidates and learn more about ballot measures. The Club's official endorsements will be made at the Tuesday, March 18th General Membership meeting from 7-9pm at the Women's Building. 

A schedule of speakers for Saturday's PAC endorsement meeting is provided below

9:30-9:45 Betty Yee Controller
10:00-10:15 Daniel Flores Judge
10:30-10:45 No on Prop B  
10:45-11:00 John Perez Controller
11:00-:11:15 David Peterson Congress, D12
11:30-11:45 Prop B/No Wall on Waterfront  
11:45-Noon Alex Padilla Rep Secretary of State
Noon-12:15 Kimberly Williams Judge
12:15-12:30 Derek Cressman Secretary of State
12:30-12:45 Carol Kingsley Judge
12:45-1:00 Leland Yee Secretary of State
1:15-1:30 Phil Ting Assembly, D19

For any questions or more information, please contact


PAC Meeting Minutes, March 11, 2014

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General Membership Meeting Minutes, February 18, 2014

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PAC Meeting Minutes, February 11, 2014

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Strength in Numbers at Citywide Tenants Convention, 2/8


In the past months, local tenant conventions in the Mission, Chinatown, Richmond/Haight, Castro, and SOMA/Tenderloin have brought together thousands of neighbors. Now is our chance to rally together, join a citywide conversation and solidify proposals that will seek to stem the tide of displacement, speculation, and Ellis Act evictions. Now is the time for change in the name of our City’s tenants!

Join tenants, activists, and members of the Harvey Milk Club this Saturday, February 8 at Tenderloin Elementary School from 12-4pm.  The convention is being organized by the San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition and sponsored by many organizations, including the Harvey Milk Club.

For more information about Saturday’s Citywide Tenants Convention, click here. Do what you can… Show up. Share on social media. Want to know more about the Ellis Act and what’s going on in San Francisco? Start here.  


Milk Club Welcomes New Executive Board

Here is your 2014 Milk Club Executive Board:  

Tom Temprano & Laura Thomas, Co-Presidents
Alex Walker, VP Political Affairs (PAC Chair)
Lisa Marie Alatorre, VP External Affairs
Peter Gallotta, VP Internal Affairs
Mahnani Clay, E-Board Political
Joshua Abeyta, E-Board Internal
Lee Hepner, Executive Board Organizing
Debra Cleaver, Treasurer
Stephen Torres, Events & Fundraising
Kenny Gong, Correspondent
Sam Merlo, Recorder
Carmen Simon, E-Board Outreach
Corey Hallman, E-Board Outreach

Board bios and photos coming soon! Our first Executive Board meeting is Tuesday, February 4th from 7-9pm at the Drug Policy Alliance offices (10th & Mission)


General Membership Meeting Minutes, January 21, 2014

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PAC Meeting Minutes, January 14, 2014

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Castro Tenants Convention 2014

Join your neighbors and the Milk Club on January 11, 2013, at 12pm at the LGBT Center (Market/Octavia) for a gathering of tenants from the Castro / Noe Valley / Diamond Heights / Mission Dolores / Twin Peaks / Duboce Triangle area to brainstorm strategies for fighting the evictions in our neighborhoods and defend those who are being evicted.

Participants in the convention will develop suggestions for a ballot initiative to be placed on November’s ballot. These suggestions will be presented at a citywide tenants convention in February.

If we are going to stop displacement in the Castro and other neighborhoods we need all hands on deck! Our strength is in our ability to organize our masses around specific solutions and we hope to see many of our members at the convention on Saturday.

Click here for more information.


Milk Club LGBT HoliGay Happy Hour Party!


Harvey Milk Club LGBT HoliGay Happy Hour Party!

  • xFriday, December 20 at Beaux (2344 Market Street between Castro and Noe)
  • 6-9 pm

After a busy year we’re ready to kick off our heels and celebrate with you as we look forward to digging said heels in and fighting for our city next year!! We will be getting cozy during happy hour at the Castro’s newest bar, Beaux, and will be entertained with drag, DJs, a photobooth where you can sit on SANTA CONDA’S lap and amazing raffle prizes, the proceeds from which go to the club!

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Drag by

  • More TBA

Music by:

  • GO BANG! (Djs Sergio and Steve Fabus)
  • A photobooth with SANTA CONDA (have you been naughty or nice?)

 Raffle Prizes (ie: Presents for yourself) include

  • 2 Tickets for the closing night of THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE CHRISTMAS EPISODES
  • A copy of the SISTER SPIT ANTHOLOGY signed by MICHELLE TEA
  • A politically correct pot holder (ILGWU) and a poster for the 1982 celebration of Harvey's birthday from BOLERIUM BOOKS
  • Three free passes to THE CASTRO THEATRE
  • A bag of swag from ST. JAMES INFIRMARY
  • A hoodie and drink tab from EL RIO
  • A drink tab from VIRGIL’S SEA ROOM

And more TBA! If you'd like to donate please email

This is also an opportunity to make nominations to the 2014 Harvey Milk Club Board. You may nominate yourself or someone else who is present at the party or email the club at with your name and the Board position you wish to run for.


While you are partying down, renew your Milk Club membership. There will be special membership opportunities for the old (members) and the new! Your membership will be good until February 2015!


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