Pullin' Pork For Pride!


Pullin' Pork For Pride! Milk Club + 48 Hills Pride Kick-Off


Pilsner Inn: 225 Church Street @ Market Street

Wednesday, June 20th: 6-9pm

Facebook Invite here!

It's that time of year, queerdos! Pride is upon us and The Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club & 48 Hills are joining our progresssive forces once again for a big 'ol gay beer bust and yummy carnitas kick-off and fundraiser. 

Donate and get some delicious food (pork carnitas + veggie option, sí!) and great drink on the Pilsner patio. Spin the wheel and win some wacky prizes, including sexy tees. Tons of surprises and a fabulous crowd. 

Come on down and prime the pump/pull that pork for the BEST PRIDE EVER!

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Endorsements for June 5, 2018




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Saturday's PAC Recommendations for the June 2018 Primary

Thank you to everyone who attended Saturday's PAC meeting. Here are the PAC's recommendations for Tuesday's General Endorsement Vote. RSVP here.

U.S. Senate: Kevin de Leon
U.S. Congress #12: Ryan Khojasteh
U.S. Congress #14: Jackie Speier
Governor: Delaine Eastin
Lieutenant Governor: Eleni Kounalakis
Attorney General: Dave Jones
CA Secretary of State: no position
State Treasurer: Fiona Ma
State Controller: Betty Yee
Insurance Commissioner: Ricardo Lara
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony Thurmond
Board of Equalization #2: Malia Cohen
CA State Assembly #17: no position
CA State Assembly #19: Phil Ting
Superior Court Judge #4: Phoenix Streets
Superior Court Judge #7: Maria Elena Evangelista
Superior Court Judge #9: Kwixuan Hart Maloof
Superior Court Judge #11: Nicole Judith Solis
Proposition 68 (Parks, Environment, Water Bond): Yes
Proposition 69 (Transportation Taxes & Fees Lockbox): Yes
Proposition 70 (Vote Requirement for Cap-and-Trade): No
Proposition 71 (Effective Date of Ballot Measures): Yes
Proposition 72 (Rainwater Systems Tax Exclusion): Yes
Regional Measure 3 (Bay Area Toll): no position
Measure A (Public Utilities Bond): Yes
Measure B (Commissioners not Running for Office): Yes
Measure C (Tax for Childcare & Education): Yes
Measure D (Tax for Housing & Services): No
Measure E (Banning Flavored Tobacco): no position
Measure F (Representation for Evictions): Yes
Measure G (Tax for SFUSD): Yes
Measure H (SFPD Use of Tasers): No
Measure I (Relocation of Sports Teams): no position

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A Jane Kim & Mark Leno Dual Endorsement for Mayor!


The Membership of the Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club has dual-endorsed Jane Kim and Mark Leno for Mayor. We believe that progressive unity is crucial to winning back City Hall, and we are proud to support both of these candidates for San Francisco Mayor.

The election is June 5th. Please vote for one of these candidates as your #1 choice and the other as your #2 choice! Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting here.

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The New 2018 Milk Club Executive Board

We absolutely look forward to getting to work in 2018. Here is the new 2018 Harvey Milk LGBTQ Executive Board:

Honey Mahogany & Carolina Morales for Co-Presidents.
Kevin Bard for VP Internal.
Tom Temprano for VP Political.
Katy Birnbaum for VP Events & Fundraising.
Charles Sanchez for Treasurer.
Tab Buckner for E-Board Internal.
Gomez Arteaga for E-Board Political.
Brad Chapin for E-Board Outreach.
Anna Heredia for E-Board Events & Fundraising, Seat #1.
Stephen Torres for E-Board Events & Fundraising, Seat #2.
Caitlin Prendiville for E-Board Organizing.
Pau Crego for Correspondent.
Terra Haywood for Recorder.

And Kimberly Alvarenga will be also be serving as Immediate Past President.

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Milk Club Board Nominations are Open


Milk Club Board Nominations are Open.

Only full-fledged voting members of the Club may make nominations. You may nominate yourself for any position. ​Also, you may nominate the same person for as many different positions as you like. And you may nominate as many people for the same position as you like.

Please include the full name of the nominee, the board position, and the nominee's email in an email to [email protected] to make a nomination.

The Board positions include:

President or Co-Presidents
Vice-President for Internal Affairs
Vice President for Political Affairs
Vice-President for Events and Fundraising
Executive Board for Internal
Executive Board for Political
Executive Board for Outreach
Executive Board for Events and Fundraising ​(Seat #1)
Executive Board for Events and Fundraising (Seat #2)
Executive Board for Organizing

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Holigay Fete


Saturday, December 16th from 4pm to 8pm.
Galeria de la Raza @ 2857 24th Street
Please mark your calendars for our annual Holigay Fete and December meeting. Our party agenda includes:
1) Nominations for the 2018 Milk Club Board.
2) A vote on bylaw amendments.
3) A discussion on possible early endorsements in January.
4) General gay merriment!!!
More details on the way.
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A Vigil for Harvey


Monday, November 27 at 7 PM - 8:30 PM

Harvey Milk Plaza @ 2401 Market Street

The Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club is hosting our annual Vigil for Harvey Milk. 

Join us on the anniversary of Harvey’s assassination as we honor our hero, his legacy, and the decades of community activism that has followed in his wake. 

There will be a short speaking program from legacy club members and community leaders. Then we will also open the mic for folks who would like to say a few words, then have a short candlelit walk to the spot of Harvey’s camera shop, now the HRC store. From there, we will head to The Mix for a mixer of our own.

RSVP here.

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Debate - District 8


Debate - District 8
Monday, November 13, 2017, 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Rainbow Room, SF LGBT Center, San Francisco, CA

Mark your calendars for the upcoming District 8 Debate in the Castro. We are co-hosting this debate with the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club between the current District 8 Supervisor Jeff Sheehy (appointed by Mayor Ed Lee) and City College Board Trustee Rafael Mandelman, both former Presidents of the Milk Club. Come learn about their platforms and policy positions. The debate will be moderated by KQED's Marisa Lagos. Come with questions!

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