Friday, August 8, 2014

Central City Democrats take part in Streamline Endorsement process (Join us)

Central City Democrats endorsement interviews
WHEN: Saturday, August 16th from 9AM to 2PM
WHERE: LGBT Center, 1800 Market Street Room 301 (Gallery)
WHAT: Candidates and Ballot Measures will be interviewed by Central City Democrats Club members, Only current paid members will be able to vote. 

We would like see our membership show up. So Please RSVP so the club can accommodate everyone.

In our city, many candidates running for office often travel great distances, endure traffic jams, and unreliable public transportation in order to reach local Democratic clubs in pursuit of endorsements. This results in rushed endorsement meetings and is a very frustrating experience for both the candidate and endorsing club. Twelve chartered San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee (SFDCCC) clubs will hold streamlined endorsement meetings at the LGBT Center (August 16th) and Washington High School (August 24th). This process will allow candidates to discuss their vision for the City in greater detail, allow for more time to meet community and club members before the endorsement proceedings begin, and help potential candidates build a better rapport with Democratic clubs. The streamlined endorsement process is tantamount to ensuring that this issue is resolved and Democratic voices are heard.
On August 16th the LGBT Center will host the:
Black Young Democrats of San Francisco
District 5 Democratic Club
Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
Willie B. Kennedy Democratic Club
Central City Democrats
For their endorsements. Then, on August 24, Washington High School (600 32nd Avenue) will host the:
African American Democratic Club
Asian Pacific Democratic Club
Democratic Women In Action
Filipino American Democratic Club of San Francisco
Raoul Wallenberg Jewish Democratic Club
Irish American Democratic Club
New Avenues Democratic Club
For each set of dates, clubs will be endorsing for the November 2014 election of:
Ballot measures
Assembly
District Judge
BART
Public Defender
Assessor Recorder
Supervisor
College Board
Board of Education
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Monday, May 19, 2014

Remember to Vote June 3rd

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Central City Democrats Official Endorsements for June 3rd Election



June 3, 2014, Statewide Direct Primary Election

Governor
Jerry Brown
Lieutenant Governor
Gavin Newsom
Secretary of State
Alex Padilla
Controller
John Perez
Treasurer
John Chiang
Attorney General
Kamala Harris
Insurance Commissioner
Dave Jones
Board of Equalization, District 2
Fiona Ma
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tom Torlakson
State Assembly, District 17
David Campos
US Congress, District 12
Nancy Pelosi
Superior Court Judge, Office 20
Daniel A. Flores
SF Proposition A
Yes
SF Proposition B
Yes
State Proposition 41
Yes
State Proposition 42
Yes

Please remember to vote Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014



 

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Central City Democrats Endorsement & Annual Meeting...everyone invited

Central City Democrats celebrates 8 years

What: Central City Democrats Endorsement & Annual Meeting including celebration
Where: Alexander Residence
Location: 230 Eddy Street, Multi-Purpose Room
When: Saturday, April 26th
Time: 3PM to 5PM

Details: Our program will includes
-Candidates seeking office on the June 3rd Ballot speaking;
-Central City Democrats board elections:
-Central City Democrats making June Ballot endorsements; and refreshments will be provided.

This event is open to the public.

PS. This is Central City Democrats official endorsement meeting for the June 3rd Ballot. Candidates and Ballot Measures that are on the June 3rd Ballot are asked to attend and address the club members. Only Club members who have paid their 2014 membership dues in full will be allowed to participated in the endorsement process and provided an official ballot. 


If you are a candidate or someone representing a candidate's campaign and wish more details call (415) 339-8683 (VOTE) or e-mail: centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com the clubs official contacts.

Candidate Meet & Greet



CANDIDATE MEET and GREET

What: Candidate Meet & Greet
Where: Sam's Cable Car Lounge, Mezzanine
Location: 222 Powell Street @ O'Farrell Street
When: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Time: 6PM to 8PM

Details: All Candidates for the June 2014 and November 2014 Ballot are encouraged and invited to attend. Elected officials, candidates, residents, merchants & other community members are invited! The event will be held on the Mezzanine of Sam's Cable Car Lounge.

Co-Hosted by:

Central City Democrats
Alliance for a Better District 6 http://www.abd6.com/
North of Market Business Association
Sam Cable Car Lounge http://www.samscablecarlounge.com/

Former Mayor Art Agnos speaks to club members



-Come and listen to: Former Mayor Art Agnos, San Francisco Waterfront Alliance presentation... Limited space, RSVP at link at the bottom.

What:  Special Community Meeting
When: Tuesday, March 11th at 6PM
Location: Alexander Residence  
Where: 230 Eddy Street, Multi-Purpose Room @ Taylor Street

Presentations:
-Former Mayor Art Agnos, San Francisco Waterfront Alliance
-Elvin Padilla, 950 Market Street Update
-Mark Rennie, PianoFight, 144 Taylor New Business
-other presentations pending

Details:
Presentations, community and legislative updates. For details call (415) 820-1560

Note: Alliance for a Better District 6 activates our members with opportunities to get involved. Whether it's a forum on the future of Central Market, a design of new building complex, our ongoing recognition award ceremonies, or a policy
meeting, we have dozens of new opportunities for you to get engaged. Join us!

Refreshments and Door Prizes

Join us!

Open to the Public.


Co-Hosts:
Alliance for a Better District 6
Alexander Tenants Association
North of Market Business Association
Tenant Associations Coalition of SF
Tip Top Market
Central City Democrats

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

2014-2015 Central City Democrats Board Members

Michael Nulty, President
Marvis Phillips, Vice President
Vacant, Vice President of Political Affairs
Dennis Isner, Secretary
Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Denise Dorey, Member at Large
Otto Duffy, Member at Large
George Dias, President Emeritus

*Central City Democrats thanks the continual service the club and community these individuals provide. 

Sunday, November 24, 2013

5th Annual Holiday Party (All Invited)

When: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 6PM to 8PM
Where: The Swig Bar at 561 Geary Street and Mason Street
What: Food, Door Prizes, Recognition Awards Ceremony, Social Networking, and Fun

Co-Sponsors (partial list):
Alliance for a Better District 6
Central City Democrats
Daldas Grocer
Dean Clark
Michael Nulty
North of Market Business Associations
Sam's Cable Car Lounge
Susan Bryan
Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco
Tip Top Market
The Swig Bar
Translink Limo

AWARD HONOREES:

North of Market Business Association's 2013 Businesses of the Year Honorees:

Cafe Mason
Central Towers Market
Colin Hussey Event Photography
Farmerbrown Restaurant
Lisa For Hair
Max Muscle on Polk
Monarch
UPS Store at Opera Plaza

North of Market Business Association's 2013 Community Impact Awardees:
De Marillac Academy
Optometrist Jack Sinow, OD

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Central City Democrats Official Endorsements


Central City Democrats
November 5, 2013 Municipal Election
Official Endorsements

Assessor-Recorder CARMEN CHU (Appointed Incumbent)

City Attorney DENNIS  HERRERA (Incumbent)

Treasurer JOSE CISNEROS (Incumbent) 

Board of Supervisors District 4 KATHY TANG (Appointed Incumbent)

Local Propositions
Proposition A
CHARTER AMENDMENT
Retiree Health Care Trust Fund                                 No

Proposition B
ORDINANCE
8 Washington Street - Initiative                                 No


Proposition C
ORDINANCE
8 Washington Street - Referendum                            No

Proposition D
DECLARATION OF POLICY
Prescription Drug Purchasing                                     Yes

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Central City Democrats Endorsement Meeting

When: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 7:30pm until 8:15pm
Where: Alexander Residnce, 230 Eddy Street, Community Room
What: Central City Democrats, District 6's Democrat Club will do endorsements for the November 5th, Municipal Election. Meeting starts right after the communty meeting (that starts at 6PM) where the elections department will talk and be there to talk about the election.

For more info: centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com (415) 339-VOTE

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Central City Democrats Anniversary & Celebration celebrating 7 years


On Monday, April 29, 2012 at 6PM at Central City Democrats (serving District 6 residents & merchants) will hold it's anniversary event. We will also be celebrating our 7th Anniversary join us at 201 Turk Street, Community Room. As part of our celebration the prestigious awards ceremony, other recognition awards, guest speakers, and board elections will occur.

Central City Democrats Anniversary Celebrating Seven Years

When: April 29, 2013 - Monday 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: 201 Turk Street Apartments, 201 Turk Street , Community Room, San Francisco
What: 7th Anniversary and Celebration of Central City Democrats. As part of our celebration the prestigious awards ceremony, other recognition awards, guest speakers, board elections, door prizes and refreshments will be provided.

Guest Speakers:

Elvin Padilla, Tenderloin Funding Capture District
Jon Golinger, 8 Washington Height-Increase Referendum

There will be door prizes and refreshments provided. This event is open to the public. For more information call (415) 339-8683 (VOTE)

Co-Sponsors:
North of Market Business Association
Tip Top Market


Prestigious Awards will be presented to:

ALYSABETH ALEXANDER: DYNAMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD
      For her lifetime of service to the Working Class

JAZZIE COLLINS: SENIOR ADVOCATE AWARD
      For being a spokesperson for Senior Housing

DENISE DOREY: POLITICAL DOCUMENTARIES AWARD
      For providing communication media on Social Justice issues

NELLA MANUEL: CONSTITUENT REPRESENTATIVE AWARD
      For feeding and advocating for Senior and Disabled communities

DR. JUSTIN MORGAN: DEMOCRAT EXTRAORDINAIRE AWARD
      For his tireless work within the underserved communities of San Francisco

WALTER PAULSON: POLITICAL ENTERTAINMENT AWARD
      Adds levity, music and political insight in his travels about San Francisco

JOSEPH THOMAS: FOOD JUSTICE AWARD
      For his promotion of nutritional education for all people

BRUCE WOLFE: OPEN GOVERNMENT AWARD
      We commemorate his application of transparency in open civil government.


 The 7th Anniversary & Awards Ceremony organizers are:

Michael Nulty, President
David Elliott Lewis, 1st Vice President
Marvis Phillips, 2nd Vice President
Dennis Isner, Secretary
Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Otto Duffy, Member at Large
Dean Clark, Member at Large


Saturday, September 22, 2012

Central City Democrats November 6th, 2012 Endorsement slate

US President/Vice President BARACK OBAMA/JOSEPH BIDEN
United States Senator DIANNE FEINSTEIN
United States Representative, District 12  NANCY PELOSI
State Senate, District 11  MARK LENO
State Assembly, District 17  TOM AMMIANO
State Assembly, District 19 PHIL TING
BART Director, District 7 MARIA ALEGIA
BART Director, District 9 TOM RADULOVICH
San Francisco Board of Education SANDRA LEE FEWER, RACHEL NORTON, GLADYS SOTO, SHAMANN WALTON
San Francisco Community College Board AMY BACHARACH, CHRIS JACKSON, RAFAEL MANDELMAN, STEVE NGO

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 1 (Rank Choice)
1) Eric Mar
2) David E Lee

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 3 (Rank Choice)
1) David Chiu
2) Joseph F. Butler
3) Mac Bruno

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 5 (Rank Choice)
1) Christina Olague
2) Julian Davis
3) John Rizzo

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 7 (Rank Choice)
1) Norman Yee
2) F. X. Francisco Xavier Crowley
3) Joel Engardio

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 9
David Campos

San Francisco Board of Supervisor District 11
John Avalos

San Francisco Propositions
A – YES City College Parcel Tax
B – YES Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond
C – YES Housing Trust Fund
D – YES Consolidating Odd-Year Municipal Elections
E – YES Gross Receipts Tax
F – NO Water and Environment Plan
G – YES Policy Opposing Corporate Personhood

California Propositions
30 – YES Temporary Taxes to Fund Education. Guaranteed Local Public Safety Funding
31 – NO State Budget. State and Local Government
32 – NO Political Contributions by Payroll Deduction. Contributions to Candidates
33 – NO  Auto Insurance Companies. Prices Based on Driver’s History of Insurance Coverage
34 – YES Death Penalty (Repeal)
35 - YES Human Trafficking. Penalties
36 – YES Three Strikes Law. Repeat Felony Offenders. Penalties
37- YES Genetically Engineered Foods. Labeling
38 – No position Tax to Fund Education and Early Childhood Programs
39 – YES Tax Treatment for Multistate Businesses. Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Funding
40 – YES Redistricting. State Senate Districts

Friday, April 30, 2010

Exercise your right to VOTE

Central City Democrats (CCD) was formed and Chartered by the San Francisco Democratic Party in 2006 with a mission to:

-Support the Democratic Party and its goals

-Hold forums with public figures on community issues

-Endorse and support Democratic candidates and ballot measures

-Register voters and Get Out The Vote

-Publish information to assist voters and political analysts

-Sponsor voter educational forums

 

Who: Elected  leaders speaking at CCD meetings and events have included State Senators Mark Leno & Leland Yee, Hon. Carole Migden, Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, Board President David Chiu, numerous members of the Board of Supervisors, City Treasurer Jose Cisneros, Community College Board Trustee Chris Jackson, and many other elected officials or those seeking public office.

 

 

What: CCD hosts public debate forums with expert guest panelists from all sides of current political issues. We have registered voters and actively work on behalf of District 6, San Francisco, State and Federal ballot measures and candidates. CCD hosts fundraisers  and volunteers for endorsed candidates. Candidates, propositions and charter amendments are presented, discussed and vetted at our meetings. CCD also holds various social functions including our Annual Holiday Party.

 

Where: District 6 covers Cathedral Hill, Civic Center, Downtown, Inner Geary, Inner Mission, Little Saigon, Lower Market, Lower Nob Hill, Mid-Market, Mission Bay, Mission District, North Mission, Opera Plaza, Polk Gulch, Rincon Hill, Show Place, South Beach, South Park, Tenderloin, Theater District, Treasure Island, Union Square, Van Ness Corridor, Western Addition, Yerba Buena Island,  and Yerba Buena neighborhoods and business districts. CCD allows both residents and those who work in District 6 to become voting members.

 

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P. O. Box 420846

San Francisco, CA 94142-0846

(415) 339-VOTE (8683)

 

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Central City Democrats Meet & Greet

Central City Democrats

A Club Officially Chartered by the San Francisco DCCC
(Serving District 6 Residents and Merchants)
Meet and Greet
Candidates On June 5th Ballot
Thurs. April 12, 2012
@ 4:30PM-7:30PM
The Swig Bar
561 Geary Street (Jones and Leavenworth)
Door PRizes/Light ReFrEshMents
Central City Democrats P.O Box 420846 San Francisco, CA 94142
Tel. and Fax: (415) 339 – VOTE (8683) 
centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com
Co-sponsored by: Davy Jones Enterprise.com
Max Muscle on Polk
North of Market Business Association
Tip Top Market
Daldas Grocery

Central City Democrats celebrats it's 6th Anniversary

Central City Democrats
A Club Officially Chartered by the San Francisco DCCC
(Serving District 6 Residents and Merchants)
6th
annual meeting
CLUB ENDORSEMENTS
Mon. April 23, 2012 @ 6pm
201 Turk Street, Community Room
special guest speakers:
David Campos
Christina Olague
Steve Conley Champion Award

James Leo Dunn Memorial Award

Board elections

Door PRizes/Light ReFrEshMents


Central City Democrats P.O Box 420846 San Francisco, CA 94142
Tel. and Fax: (415) 339 – VOTE (8683) centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com
http://centralcitydemocrats.blogspot.com/
Serving San Francisco since 2006

Central CIty Democrats picks John Avalos for Mayor as 1st choice

Central City Democrats picks Ross Mirkarimi for Sheriff 1st choice

Central City Democrats November 8, 2011 Endorsements Slate

Central City Demcorats Endorement Meeting

ANNOUINCEMENT

Central City Democrats Endorsement Mtg


There is an upcoming Election on November 8, 2011
Come hear Candidates Running for:

Mayor, District Attorney, and Sheriff

When: Monday, August 15th at 6PM

Where: 201 Turk Street, Community Room

For more details call (415) 339-VOTE (8683)

E-Mail: Central CityDemocrats@yahoo.com

Event open to the public. Opportunity to vote in our endorsement process find out more details.

November 2011 Candidates Meet & Greet

5th Annual Meeting & Celebration Announcement

Central City Democrats celebrates 5 years

Central City Democrats
A Club Officially Chartered by the San Francisco DCCC
(Serving District 6 Residents & Merchants)
5th
annual meeting
Mon. April 25, 2011 @ 6pm
201 Turk Street, Community Room
special guest speakers
To Be Announced
Steve Conley Champion Award  
recipient M J Isabell
James Leo Dunn Memorial Award 
recipient Jamie Whitaker

Board elections

Refreshments and Door prizes

Central City Democrats P.O Box 420846 San Francisco, CA 94142
Tel. & Fax: (415) 339 – VOTE (8683) centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com
http://centralcitydemocrats.blogspot.com/

Central City Democrats 5th Annual GALA Event Video

2-23-11 Central City Democrats re-chartered

Central City Democrats sponsors Holiday Party 12-14-10

Holiday Party

Tuesday, December 14th

6PM to 9PM

Swig Bar

561 Geary / Taylor Sts.

Food, Door Prizes, Social Networking

and more...

Co-Sponsors:

Alliance for a Better District 6

Central City Democrats

North of Market Business Association

James Keys speaks to Central City Democrats

Glendon Hyde speaks to Central City Democrats

Debra Walker speaks to Central City Democrats

Jane Kim speaks to Central City Democrats

Jim Meko speaks to Central City Democrats

Elaine Zamora speaks to Central City Democrats

Theresa Sparks speaks to Central City Democrats

Matt Drake speaks to Central City Democrats

Rodney Hauge, write-in candidate speaks to Central City Democrats

Michael Nava speaks to Central City Democrats

Central City Democrats convenes endorsement meeting

On Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 10AM-1PM
at 230 Eddy Street, Community Room
Central City Democrats held an
endorsement meeting for the
November 2nd
Ballots Measures and Candidates
Only current members will be allowed to vote.
If you are a member who has not paid their 2010
membership dues then you can vote if you
talk with our membership chair as to update
your membership status to active for 2010.
Refreshments will be provided impart courtesy
from Tip Top Market.

Central City Democrats Membership Endorsements for November 2nd Ballot

State & Federal Races:

 

U.S. Senate

Barbara Boxer

 

Governor

Jerry Brown

 

Lt. Governor

Gavin Newsom

 

Attorney General

Kamala Harris

 

Board of Equalization District 1

Betty Yee

 

State Assembly District 13

Tom Ammiano

 

Judicial Seat 15

Michael Nava

 

Secretary of State

Debra Bowen

 

Controller

John Chiang

 

Treasurer

Bill Lockyer

 

Insurance Commissioner

Dave Jones

 

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tom Torlakson

 

Congress District 8

Nancy Pelosi

 

City Election

 

Board of Supervisors

 

District 6 (Ranked choice endorsements)

1. James Keys

2. Glendon Hyde "Anna Conda"

3. Debra Walker

 

Board of Education

Kim-Shree Maufas

Hydra Mendoza

Emily Murase

 

Community College Board

Anita Grier

John Rizzo

Lawrence Wong

 

Assessor-Recorder

Phil Ting

 

Public Defender

Jeff Adachi

 

San Francisco Ballot Initiatives

 

Proposition AA – Yes

COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Vehicle Registration Fee

 

Proposition A – Yes

BOND Earthquake Retrofit Bond ($46,150,000)

 

Proposition B – Yes

CHARTER AMENDMENT

City Retirement and Health Plans

 

Proposition C – Yes

CHARTER AMENDMENT

Mayor to Appearances at Board Meetings

 

Proposition D – Yes

CHARTER AMENDMENT

Non-Citizen Voting in School Board Elections

 

Proposition E – Yes

CHARTER AMENDMENT

Election Day Voter Registration

 

Proposition F – No

CHARTER AMENDMENT

Health Service Board Elections

 

Proposition G – Yes

CHARTER AMENDMENT

Transit Operator Wages

 

Proposition H – No

ORDINANCE

Local Elected Officials on Political Party Committees

 

Proposition I – Yes

ORDINANCE

Saturday Voting

 

Proposition J – Yes

ORDINANCE

Hotel Tax Clarification and Temporary Increase

 

Proposition K – No

ORDINANCE

Hotel Tax Clarification and Definitions

 

Proposition L – No

ORDINANCE

Sitting or Lying on Sidewalks

 

Proposition M – Yes

ORDINANCE

Community Policing and Foot Patrols

 

Proposition N – Yes

ORDINANCE

Real Property Tax

State Ballot Initiatives:

 

Proposition 19 – Yes

Initiative Statute — Changes California Law to Legalize Marijuana and Allow It to Be Regulated and Taxed.

 

Proposition 20 – No

Initiative Constitutional Amendment — Redistricting of Congressional Districts.

 

Proposition 21 – Yes

Initiative Statute — Establishes $18 Annual Vehicle License Surcharge to Help Fund State Parks and Wildlife Programs and Grants Free Admission to All State Parks to Surcharged Vehicles.

 

Proposition 22 – Yes

Initiative Constitutional Amendment — Prohibits the State from Taking Funds Used for Transportation or Local Government Projects and Services.

 

Proposition 23 – No

Initiative Statute — Suspends Air Pollution Control Laws Requiring Major Polluters to Report and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions That Cause Global Warming Until Unemployment Drops Below Specified Level for Full Year.

 

Proposition 24 – Yes

Initiative Statute — Repeals Recent Legislation That Would Allow Businesses to Carry Back Losses, Share Tax Credits, and Use a Sales- Based Income Calculation to Lower Taxable

 

Proposition 25 – Yes

Initiative Constitutional Amendment — Changes Legislative Vote Requirement to Pass a Budget from Two-Thirds to a Simple Majority. Retains Two-Thirds Vote Requirement for Taxes.

 

Proposition 26 – No

Initiative Constitutional Amendment — Increases Legislative Vote Requirement to Two-Thirds for State Levies and Charges. Imposes Additional Requirement for Voters to Approve Local Levies and Charges with Limited Exceptions.

 

Proposition 27 – Yes

Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute — Eliminates State Commission on Redistricting. Consolidates Authority for Redistricting with Elected Representatives.

Central City Democrats hosts November Candidates

CENTRAL CITY DEMOCRATS
A CLUB OFFICIALLY CHARTERED BY THE SAN FRANCISCO DCCC
(SERVING DISTRICT 6 RESIDENTS & MERCHANTS)
CANDIDATES
& NEIGHBORS
MEET & GREET
LOT 46
45 MAIDEN LANE, UPSTAIRS
MON. AUGUST 9, 2010 @ 6PM
LIGHT SNACKS PROVIDED

Central City Democrats P.O Box 420846 San Francisco, CA 94142
Tel. & Fax: (415) 339 – VOTE (8683) centralcitydemocrats@yahoo.com

Central City Democrats announces 2012-13 Officers & Board Members

-Michael Nulty, President
-David Elliott Lewis, 1st Vice President
-Marvis Phillips, 2nd Vice President
-Dennis Isner, Secretary
-Susan Bryan, Treasurer
-Dean Clark, Member at Large
-Otto Duffy, Member at Large

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

June 8, 2010 Primary Ballot Endorsement Vote - 4/26/2010

Note that the club bylaws require 60% for endorsement and allow members to vote "No Recommendation" for each candidate or measure.

Statewide Candidates
Governor - Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown
Lt. Governor - No Recommendation
Secretary of State - Debra Bowen
Controller - John Chiang
Treasurer - Bill Lockyer
Attorney General - No Recommendation
Insurance Commissioner - No Recommendation
Superintendant of Public Instruction - No Recommendation

Other Candidates
U. S. Representative – District 8 - Nancy Pelosi
Board of Equalization – District 1 - Betty Yee
State Assembly - District 13 - Tom Ammiano

Superior Court Judge
Seat 6 Linda Colfax
Seat 15 No Recommendation

Statewide Measures
Proposition 13 Seismic Retrofit YES
Proposition 14 Open Primaries NO
Proposition 15 Campaign Finance YES
Proposition 16 2/3 Vote Public Power NO
Proposition 17 Auto Insurance NO

Local Measures
Measure A School Facilities Special Tax YES
Measure B Earthquake Safety Bonds YES
Measure C Film Commission Members No Recommendation
Measure D Retirement Benefits Change YES
Measure E Line Item for Police Security No Recommendation
Measure F Renter's Financial Hardship No Recommendation
Measure G Transbay Center Policy YES

Democratic County Central Committee District 13 (Up to 12)
60% Endorsement Winners: Michael Goldstein, Rafael Mandelman
Remaining Top Vote Getters: Joe Julian, Hope Johnson, Carole Migden, Debra Walker, David Campos, Alix Rosenthal, Melissa Apuya, Aaron Peskin, Keith Baraka, Scott Wiener


Election Calendar
May 24, 2010 Last day to register to vote
June 1, 2010 Last day to apply for a vote-by-mail ballot by mail
June 8, 2010 Election Day

Central City Democrats
P.O. Box 420846;
SF, CA 94142-0846
415-339-VOTE (8683) v/Fax
http://centralcityd emocrats. blogspot. com/

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Club Endorsements & Celebration

On Monday, April 26, 2010 at 5:30PM at 201 Turk Street, Community Room Central City Democrats (serving District 6 residents & merchants) will celebrate it's 4th Anniversary!


Join us as we:

-June 8th Election Club Endorsements

-Listen to candidates on the June Ballot & get a chance to mingle.

-Special Honorees:
Steve Conley Champion Award, Tony Bradford recipient
James Leo Dunn Memorial Award, Jeff Buckley recipient

-Board Elections for 2010-2011


This is an opportunity for new members to join the only District 6 Democratic Club that will be endorsing the next Supervisor for District 6. Please attend this meeting to find out how to join and become a voting member and be apart of history making decision that will occur in the months ahead.


This event is open to the public. Please inform your friends and neighbors.