Category: News

Delaine Eastin to speak at September 23rd Gala

Tickets are now available for AADC’s “Catch the Blue Wave” Fundraiser Gala on Sunday, September 23rd from 2 to 5 pm featuring Delaine Eastin.  Buy your $45 tickets now as the ticket price increases to $50 on August 15th.  Click HERE to get your tickets.  More details in the flyer below.

2017 Fall Fundraiser a huge success!

Christine Pelosi, Chair of the California Democratic Party’s Women’s Caucus and Derek Cressman, author of “When Money Talks” spoke on the topic of “How California Can Lead the Nation”. Congressional Candidates (CD1 running against Republican Doug LaMalfa), Jessica Holcombe and Marty Walters, gave an update on their campaigns.  Tomas Evangelista, Dreamer, spoke in support of DACA.

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence – ACTION PLAN

1. A gun show at the Nevada City Elks Lodge is scheduled for this weekend.  The space rental by the gun show promoter was made a year ago, but signs about the gun show started popping up last week.  The Elks have been receiving calls both in support and in opposition to the gun show; …

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Auburn Area Democrats and Indivisibles make big impression at Auburn 4th of July parade

Insights from the California Democratic Party Convention – May 19, 20 and 21

Speakers at the recent California Democratic Party included Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, US Senator Kamala Harris, US Representative Nancy Pelosi and many state officials.  The Convention was also attended by Tom Perez, the newly elected Chair of the Democratic National Committee.  Click here to view videos of the Convention speakers on YouTube. The attendees were …

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Democrats Morse and Denney take on McClintock and LaMalfa in November

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4: November 6th, Democrat Jessica Morse will run against Republican carpetbagger, Tom McClintock, who doesn’t live in Congressional District 4 which he claims to represent, and who votes in lock step with Trump. Jessica was raised in Placer County, her family continues to own property in Pollock Pines purchased by her ancestors and she …

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“Everybody Got Choices – VOTE!” and “Don’t Boo, VOTE!”

The 2016 election has graphically illustrated the disenchantment Millennials and minorities have for our political process – they complain about dark money and cronyism.  However, the answer isn’t to give up on our democracy, but to demand it’s return! Need more inspiration?  Check out a song by J Ross Parrelli which is a call to action for Millennials …

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Common Cause Call to Action – Pass SB1107 for citizen funded elections

The Citizens United decision threw our democracy completely out of balance. It tipped the scales wildly in favor of wealthy special interests – but the people are fighting back. In 2015, from Seattle to Illinois to Maine, voters came together and won major victories. Americans are saying they’ve had enough of big money and are …

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Sierra College’s Puente Club attends AADC Meeting

December 3rd Sierra College’s Reyes Ortega and the Puente Club attended AADC’s meeting to discuss their program and to exchange ideas of how to increase voter turnout in the Latino community.  The Puente Club presented AADC’s President, Sunny Carraway, and AADC’s Voter Registration Chair, Paul Comiskey, with Puente Club T-shirts (see photo).  Both groups agreed to work …

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Oil Trains rolling through Auburn – at what risk?

Did you know that oil trains traverse our little town of Auburn?  Did you know that these trains pose a danger to our families and our property? If you want to know if your home is in an “Oil Train Blast Zone”, click on this link and type in your address: Oil Train Blast Zones …

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