🚨 Vote in person TODAY for your CADEM delegates, + coming up this week...

It's not too late to vote for your CADEM delegates in person!

Flyer for CADEM In-Person voting. Reads: "Vote in person this weekend! Register now at bit.ly/cadem2023" Two calendar icons appear. The first one is dated Saturday, January 7 and its entry is crossed out as the date has passed. The second calendar entry is dated Sunday, January 8. The entry reads: "AD 19: 12pm-4pm @ Westlake Park Doelger Cafe, 145 Lake Merced Blvd, Daly City CA 94105"

Did you know that you can cast your vote for California Assembly District Election Meeting (CADEM) TODAY, Sunday, January 8 even if you live in Assembly District 17? Register here today to make voting even easier! 

Sunday, January 8 from 12pm-4pm
Westlake Park Doelger Café
145 Lake Merced Blvd,
Daly City, CA 94015

Every other year, the California Democratic Party elects delegates in each Assembly District to vote on the Democratic Party's platform and endorse state and federal legislation and candidates. This election is an opportunity for California Democrats to influence the future of their party.

The 2024 elections will be critical for working people and will be our chance to ensure we have strong progressive leadership for the California Democratic Party.

Register before you line up at bit.ly/cadem2023 to make voting even smoother!

And coming up this week... 

Tuesday, January 10: Milk Club PAC

Flyer for PAC meeting. "2023 Political Action Kickoff." "A planning session ft. Shamann Walton, Board of Supervisors President." "Anita Martinez, City College Trustee-Elect." "+Housing Justice Platform Plank revisit." "Tuesday, January 10 @ 7pm." "In person at 302 Valencia & on Zoom, bit.ly/milkpac"

Join the Political Action Committee (PAC) of the Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club on Tuesday, January 10, at 7pm, for our January PAC Meeting. This will be a hybrid meeting, in person at Milk-SF Cafe (302 Valencia St) and on Zoom at bit.ly/milkpac.

At this meeting, the PAC will conduct a 2023 planning session, featuring Board of Supervisors President Shamann Walton and City College Trustee-Elect Anita Martinez. We will discuss the following:
  • Focus areas for 2023 and ideas for ways we can engage in these areas politically
  • Related platform planks we want to develop
  • Summary of learnings from the December PAC meeting’s 2022 electoral program retrospective and ideas for ways to begin organizing for 2024
Our agenda will also include finalizing our draft housing justice platform plank. Don't miss it!

Wednesday, January 11: Let's End Racially Biased Stops!

Flyer reading "End Racist Traffic Stops! - January 11, 2023. RSVP: bit.ly/endthebiasedstops. Press Conference: 10am. City Hall, Polk Steps. Police Commission: 5:30pm. City Hall, room 400."

Calling all Milk Club members! San Francisco has an opportunity to end racially biased stops by the San Francisco Police Department. The Police Commission will be voting to end racially based traffic stops this upcoming week on Wednesday, January 11. San Francisco has a rare opportunity to advance a meaningful anti-racist reform and we need all hands on deck to make sure it passes!

Milk Club members can support in any or all of the following ways:
  1. Complete this ACLU action alert to automatically send an email to the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, SFMTA, and Police Commission that you support ending pretext stops.
  2. Join us for a rally/press conference at City Hall on Wednesday, January 11, at 10:00am to rally for the vote and hear from supporting community leaders. We would love to stand in solidarity with our members and community for this important moment! 
  3. Give Public Comment sometime after 5:30pm on Wednesday, January 11— sign up for reminders here. To help with your public comment, here is an action guide with talking points, call-in information, and a social media toolkit. 
  4. Share this email with your allies, organizations, and coalition partners. To ensure we are able to get an effective policy passed by the Police Commission, we need as much broad community support as possible!
Please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] if you have any questions. See you Wednesday!