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*July 24, 2008 at NOON>Please Join Rolando Alliance for" Obama for A Platform Meeting"Malcolm X Library** "Impeachment Begins July 25th ***Tuesday, July 29th, 7pm. FILM Begins at 7PM,Energy Crossroads" and "Debbie Cook"@ JOYCE BEERS CENTER****SAN DIEGO OB

From: Carol C.
Sent on: Thursday, July 24, 2008 11:45 AM

At 10 a.m. on Friday July 25th, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a preliminary hearing on the topic of impeachment, with a presentation by Congressman Dennis Kucinich.

1. OUR SURGE! from Barbara Cummings, July 24,[masked]:37am

Here is link to IMPEACHMENT central. All the details about tomorrow are there as well as numbers to call today. Many of you have expressed frustration, exasperation and fatigue.

This is a long shot, but it IS A SHOT and if we bombard them today and tomorrow, maybe, just maybe htere will be hearings that comeout of it.

Cindy Sheehan has captured the imagination of the voters in Pelosi's district and I think she has a real chance! If you haven't yet, please consider a contribution to her campaign at She is in DC today, the anniversary of her announcement and also the day last summer 47 of us got arrested in Chairman Conyer's office presentin IMPEACHMENT petitions. Tune in to c-span tomorrow. Veterans for Peace, pres, Elliott Adams will be one of 12 speakers.

Please ask everyone you know to call memebers of the judiciary committee today and tomorrow.

BTW, yesterday at gitmo, the lawyer for Hamdam stated that flight 93 was shot down!

You cannot be bipartisan with the Repukes because they are
not a political party. They are a criminal conspiracy

*Somebody did a nice job on this vid Date: July 20,[masked]:53:14 AM PDT
This video should be sent all over this week before the 25th (non) IMPEACHMENT hearings.

We need to get out the old directory and start calling again.
If you don't have a c-span directory, has all the numbers or google your own rep

This video should be sent all over this week before the 25th (non) IMPEACHMENT hearings.

We need to get out the old directory and start calling again. If you don't have a c-span directory, has all the numbers or google your own rep

ARREST BUSH shirts at

You cannot be bipartisan with the Repukes because they arenot a political party. They are a criminal conspiracy.

From Martha Sullivan: Sorry if this is a duplicate, but I was so heartened to see it!
I just had to send it around.
As David says, following, it's not yet a true impeachment hearing but it IS a start after literally years of pushing from the grassroots (us). So let's keep that push going! Everyone's on alert to do as David suggests following, and of course wear your Impeach gear wherever you can the next week and ESPECIALLY next Frhe iday. Our local Impeach billboard, Barbara Cummings, of course is always on message :>)

IMPEACHMENT IS on the table -- now, let's remind our Congressional leaders how to use their flatware, so to speak --

Martha Sullivan: Date: Thu, 17 Jul 20 " David Swanson" <[address removed]>

To: "[address removed]" <[address removed]>

Subject: [Activists] Impeachment Begins July 25th

Impeachment Begins: Be on Capitol Hill on Friday July 25th

At 10 a.m. on Friday July 25th, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a preliminary hearing on the topic of impeachment, with a presentation by Congressman Dennis Kucinich

. This is not yet a true impeachment hearing, but it is our opportunity to push for one, and it represents a tremendous victory after years of effort by millions of Americans who want to keep the Constitution alive. This never would have happened without your hard work. And we can't let up now!

The National Impeachment Network is organizing a rally and asking everyone who can to take a day off for justice and meet at 9 a.m. on Friday July 25th in front of the Rayburn House Office Building on the Independence Avenue side. Bring impeachment shirts and posters! For more information contact [address removed]

NOTE: The hearing has not been announced, but two members of Congress closely involved in this have told us it is at 10 a.m. on the 25th, and Chairman Conyers himself has so informed Veterans for Peace.
Between now and Friday the 25th, please take these steps:

Contact your member of Congress in support of impeachment.

Ask the media to cover the hearing.

Sign the petition at Congressman Kucinich's website.


[color=red ]TODAY!!! July 24, 2008 at NOON.

"Join the Movement !" >July 24, 2008 at NOON.

WHAT: Please join Rolando Alliance for Obama for A Platform Meeting. Meet local Obama supporters and learn how you can get involved. Change can?t happen without you!

WHEN: July 24, 2008 at NOON.

WHERE:The event will be held at: Malcolm X Library, 5148 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92114

on July 24, 2008 at noon.

For more information or to RSVP,

Email/Call: Pat [address removed] (619)[masked]



Dear Obama Supporter,
Thank you to all who volunteered to register voters last weekend at Gay Pride festivities. We registered 545 people, 80% Democratic and 2% Republican. Our yearly total is now 4,707 registered!

Thu 7/24/2008 African-American Community Organizing Meeting

The momentum is building in San Diego?s African-American community to organize a season of events that will create a phenomenal election turnout. Join us and our sister organization San Diegans for Obama to ensure our raging success in November!
When: Thursday, July 24th, 6pm
Where: Black Contractors Assn. Inc.-George L. Stevens Auditorium
6125 Imperial Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114

Thu 7/24/2008 Military & Veterans Outreach Happy Hour, Part 2

Calling all military personnel, family members and veterans! Please join us for a strategy Happy Hour to help plan the best outreach strategy for military personnel in San Diego, and in North County specifically. Wear your Obama gear and buttons if you have them!
When: Thursday, July 24th, 5-7pm
Where: Bellefleur Restaurant (Carlsbad Company Stores-Premium Outlets Complex)
5610 Paseo del Norte Ste. 100B
Carlsbad, CA 92008

Voter Registration Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed to register voters at our most productive events of the year. Training and supplies will be provided on site. We ask that volunteers work for two hours at a time of your choosing.
For more details, please send Greg an email specifying the event, date, and time that you would like to work.
RSVP: Greg Bolian, [address removed]
Comic-Con, Fri, Sat, Sun July[masked]a-6p

Sun 7/27/2008 Honk & Drive to Comic-Con

Want to help generate some excitement for Barack at Comic-Con? Join San Diegans for Obama for another of their legendary Honk & Drives!
RSVP:[address removed]
When: Sun, July 27, time TBD

Through Sun. 7/27/2008 Help Shape the Democratic Platform

If you haven?t already signed up for one, don?t miss this first-ever opportunity to give your input on the issues that will form the heart of the Democratic platform. A few participants may even be invited to appear and testify at the National Hearing and at the Convention! Hay un foro para la comunidad hispano-hablante tambien!

To host a platform meeting go to:
When: Through Sun., July 27, various times
Where: All over town!

Get Your Convention Seat!

The Democratic National Convention is only a month away. The Colorado Democratic Party, which is taking requests for tickets to Barack's historic acceptance speech at Invesco Stadium, has already received 9,000 requests! So, if you are thinking of going, put in your request ASAP to increase your chances of getting a seat!
Here's the link:
Or, for a donation of $100 or more, you and a guest could be selected to come to Denver and go "Backstage with Barack"!

Sat 8/02/2008 Meet and Walk for Change

Put on your best Obama gear, meet fellow Obama supporters in the park and go talk to your neighbors about getting ready for November! Join us for the first of regular weekend neighborhood canvasses in southeastern San Diego.
When: Saturday, August 2nd, 1-5pm
Where: Martin Luther King Park
6401 Skyline Drive
San Diego, CA 92114

Sun 8/03/2008 East County GO Team Leader BBQ!

What began as a simple 'thank you' get-together for Go-Team members and their families has evolved into the progressive outing of the summer! Former assistant to President Carter Midge Costanza headlines the patriotic potluck with a purpose will feature music from local recording artist and activist Charlie Imes and candidates Mike Lumpkin (52nd congressional district), Marti Emerald (S.D. City Council), Marty Block (78th CA State Assembly), and Raymond Lutz (77th CA State Assembly).
When: Sunday, August 3rd, 4-6pm
Where: Harry Griffen Park Amphitheater
9550 Milden St.
La Mesa, CA 91941

Sat.-Mon. 8/2-8/4/2008 Celebrating Barack?s Birthday Around Town

Monday, August 4 is Barack's 47th birthday! What to give him? Campaign donations, of course! You can also show your pride in him by wearing your Obama gear, and you can toast him at one of several birthday-bash fundraisers around the county:
Leos for Obama Birthday Celebration, Sat., Aug. 2, 5p, Magnolia?s authentic southern restaurant, San Diego, CA 92114
Champagne Brunch Fundraiser, Sun. Aug. 3, 11a, Bellefleur Restaurant, Carlsbad
Happy Birthday Barack, Mon, Aug 4, 6p, The Tractor Room, San Diego, CA 92103

Tue 8/05/2008 Bayview Baptist Church Voter Reg/GOTV Meeting

One of San Diego?s largest African-American churches kicks off its strategy planning for the campaign. Don?t miss it!
RSVP: [address removed] or[masked], by Mon., July 28
When: Tues, Aug 5, 6:30p
Where: MLK Educational and Cultural Center, Room 117
6134 Benson Ave.
San Diego, CA

National Women?s Fundraising Initiative

Women for Obama and the DNC Women's Leadership Forum have launched a joint National Women's Fundraising Initiative to engage women of all generations and backgrounds in all 50 states to join forces for Barack Obama. The defining event of the Initiative will be a two-day National Issues Conference, held in Washington in early October, that will feature both Senator Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, high-level policy makers and senior campaign strategists! Tickets for this exciting event will start at $1,000 per person and we expect it to sell out early.
Between now and the end of August, the Initiative aims to enlist Women's Finance Leadership Co-Chairs and Committees who pledge to raise the following for the National Issues Conference:
National Chairs ? Recruit 100 women conference attendees (or raise $100,000)
State Co-Chairs ? Recruit 50 women conference attendees (or raise $50,000)
Leadership Committee Members ? Recruit 25 women conference attendees (or raise $25,000)
NWFI leaders will be empowered to develop a series of events and programming within their communities to help raise funds and recruit other women. Bi-monthly conference calls with high-level surrogates will be held to keep the team connected to the campaign. The Leadership Committee will hold a special strategy session with high-level surrogates at the Democratic National Convention.
If you are interested in signing up, please go to

The San Diego Fundraising Initiative

Want to make your donation go even further? Every dollar the campaign receives on our own Obama SD fundraising page will keep San Diego stocked up with buttons, stickers, and yard signs. Your donation goes straight to the campaign, and we can give out Obama gear at our local events!

Here's the link:
A great way to help: Paste the SDFI link into an email and send it out to everyone you know!

Quick Links

San Diego Democratic Party Offices:
SDCDP, 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., SD, 92111,[masked]
SDCDP, 45 Third Ave., Chula Vista, 91910,[masked]

Quick Links
San Diego Obama Website:
National Obama Website:
California Campaign Site:
California HQ Blog:

OUTSOURCING SAN DIEGO >>> >>> Monday, July 28th at 2pm,

4. KEY VOTE! WE NEED YOUR PRESENCE & SUPPORT @ San Diego City Council Meeting!

Key Vote on Outsourcing by San Diego City Council

WHEN: Monday, July 28th at 2pm

WHERE: City Administration Building, 12th floor, 202 "C" Street, downtown.

Center on Policy Initiatives MORE GOOD INFORMATION!

Key vote by San Diego City Council on outsourcing program expected Monday July 28

CPI has proposed a set of policies (summarized in the attached document) to protect against the risks of privatization.

The Council will likely vote on Monday July 28.

NEED ~We are looking for city residents who are willing to (more details to be provided):

*** 1. Attend and possibly offer testimony at the council hearing July 28

***2. Meet or talk with your council member prior to July 28

***3. Attend a press conference before the council hearing

***If you may be able to participate in any way, please contact us as soon as possible.
if you contact us, you?ll save us some precious time.***

1st: Natalie Nava, (619)[masked] ext.24, Cell: (619)[masked], [address removed].

2nd: Quynh Nguyen,[masked] ext 26, [address removed]


To cut costs, San Diego voters approved Prop C in 2006, which opens the doors further for contracting out of city services.

There are many pitfalls to watch for in outsourcing:
* Poor service: When contractors cut corners to maximize their profit, service levels and quality decline.
* Cost increases and lack of accountability: Contractors often bid low and then come back with cost overruns. And the city must pay more for administration and contract compliance.
* Loss of middle-class job with health benefits: Contractors often pay low wages and leave workers uninsured, shifting the cost of their health care to the rest of us.

We already have reason to be concerned regarding the city?s contract management and cost controls.
* Kroll Inc. bid $250,000 to review San Diego?s financial mess and ended up charging the city $20 million.
* Just recently, the Mayor?s office tried to give private consultant Grant Thornton a contract worth over $1 million to help create parts of the privatization process; meanwhile cuts were proposed for parks and pools.

For more information, please view our website at

Thank you for any help you can offer. We cannot afford outsourcing done wrong!

Center on Policy Initiatives <Do It Right proposals.pdf>


5. Tuesday, July 29th, 7pm. FILM Begins at 7PM "Energy Crossroads" and "Debbie Cook", Mayor of Huntington Beach,@Joyce Beers Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. (in Hillcrest Trader Joe's shopping center).Suggested Donation: $10-20 (but no will be turned away for lack of funds) RSVP to: [address removed]

Time: Film begins at 7:00pm & Discussion follows at 8:00pm

Where:Joyce Beers Community Center
3900 Vermont St. (in Hillcrest Trader Joe's shopping center)

RSVP to: [address removed]

Suggested Donation: $10-20 (but no will be turned away for lack of funds)

Think gas at $4.50 is expensive? Most oil industry geologists and analysts predict that within a few years, world oil production will reach a peak and then begin an irreversible decline, as huge decades-old oil fields are depleted. This is likely to significantly increase the price of everything produced from or transported using oil, including gasoline, plastic, chemicals, and food. Join Progressive San Diego and Huntington Beach Mayor Debbie Cook for a movie and discussion about peak oil, its impacts on our sprawling region, and what San Diego can do to mitigate its effects.

Debbie Cook, Mayor of Huntington Beach, California is an attorney and environmental activist and is currently running for U.S. Congress in California's 46th district. She serves on the boards of directors of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO-USA) and the Post Carbon Institute, and has spoken internationally about what local governments can do in response to the imminent peak in world oil production.


6. ***Tell Your Newspaper We Cannot "Muddle Through" Afghanistan!*** ~ The Voice of America's 21th Century Patriots

A recent video has been unearthed, in which Senator John McCain in 2003 says we can just "muddle through in Afghanistan."

TO VIEW THE VIDEO:[url=][/url]


The video offers a glimpse into the true thinking of those, like McCain, who backed launching the war in Iraq and committing our forces there indefinitely. Particularly, they believed that Afghanistan wasn't a concern and we didn't need to take it seriously. In fact, just a year earlier, on CBS' Face the Nation, McCain said capturing Osama bin Laden wasn't "that important."

Five years later, we now see where that poor judgment and lack of insight has gotten us. The Taliban has regained large swaths of Afghanistan, al Qaeda has reconstituted itself, Osama bin Laden still is free, and Afghanistan is in crisis. All of that lends itself to our nation being that much less secure, and in much greater danger of another terrorist attack from extremists from the Pakistan/Afghanistan region.

This is not the way to win the war on terror and keep America safe. But, don't expect the mainstream media to report on and analyze all of this. It's up to you. That's why we've set up a Letter to the Editor tool, where you can view this video, and send a letter to your local newspaper about it.


Letters to the editor are the most read section of the daily paper. So when you write a letter, it will be seen by thousands of people in your area. So, take a moment to view this shocking video, and tell your local newspapers what you think.

Thanks for all of your support.
Jon Soltz
Iraq War Veteran
Paid for by Action Fund
Visit the web address below to tell your friends about this.
If you received this message from a friend, you can sign up for



Now, it's time to rekindle those efforts and do something that's long overdue: hold Rove accountable!

Since then, Rove has been subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Committee, and he smugly ignored the House's requests for information and testimony just like he did in the Senate. The difference is that the chairman of the House committee, Rep. John Conyers, has already proven his willingness to push through contempt citations, as he did for John Bolten and Harriet Miers, in part because of People For activists' efforts.

Our friends at Brave New Films have launched a great new video, Send Karl Rove to Jail, which makes the case clearly and brilliantly. And we're teaming up with Brave New Films and other progressive allies for a joint petition effort aimed at making sure the House Judiciary Committee does the right thing and cite Rove for contempt.

Check out the video and "SIGN THE PETITION" at Then please forward this e-mail and ask all your friends to do the same.

Brave New Films originally had a goal of 100,000 petition signatures to be delivered by next week, and with the video's overwhelming response, they're almost there. If you sign, and then get one, two or more of your friends to sign, we can help blow that goal completely out of the water and bring the total to 125,000...150,000...or more!

***Let's show Karl Rove that he's not above the law!***
-- Your Allies at People For the American Way


8. Miriam Raftery won a grant from Foundation for Change to publish East County Magazine, an online news source that will give voice to the many voices and issues not being covered in our community! The monthly magazine, published by the nonprofit Heartland Coalition, will cover local news, politics, people, attractions and events in the entire eastern region of San Diego County (everything east of I-15).
It will include links to community resources and organizations. An online alert system for wildfires and other emergencies will also be offered free to readers.

The first issue will launch on September 1st. www.eastcountymagazine.orgMiriam Raftery won a grant from Foundation for Change to publish East County Magazine, an online news source that will give voice to the many voices and issues not being covered in our community! The monthly magazine, published by the nonprofit Heartland Coalition, will cover local news, politics, people, attractions and events in the entire eastern region of San Diego County (everything east of I-15).
It will include links to community resources and organizations. An online alert system for wildfires and other emergencies will also be offered free to readers.

The first issue will launch on September 1st.

You can sign up NOW for a free subscription at and please forward the link to your friends! News tips, editorials, column proposals and ideas can be sent to

[address removed].


Calendar of Events

*From www,sddemocrats,org

Friday July 25th, 7:30-9:00 am. Latina Latino & Indigenous People's Unity Coalition Monthly Networking Breakfast. Presenting Youth Voices and Involvement. Special rate this month for Youth, 17 and Under $5 with RSVP or $10 at the door. All others, $12 with RSVP or $15 at the door. RSVP to [address removed] by Thursday at 5:00 pm. At the Sherman Heights Community Center, 2258 Island Street, San Diego 92102

Friday, July 25th, 5:00-7:00 pm. Grand Opening of the Fallbrook Democratic Club's Election '08 campaign office. This office will also serve as the campaign headquarters for Robert Hamilton, candidate for the 49th CD and as a field office for Grey Fransden, candidate for 66th AD. This will be a festive evening of music and light refreshments. The office will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am ? 5:00 pm. At 300 N. Main, Suite 16 (street level, corner of Ivy and N. Main) in the first block south of Mission. Info: or[masked]

Friday, July 25th, 6:30 pm. An evening of dinner, drinks, and discussion with Nick Leibham, Candidate for Congress, 50th District plus a special screening of "War Made Easy." With Special Guest: Norman Solomon, Author of "War Made Easy and Made Love, Got War," and MC Jon Elliott, host of This is America as heard on Air America and XM Channel 167. Guests will receive a copy of the book, along with a DVD of the film. At the home of the Rosners, 14101 Caminito Vistana, San Diego 92130. Attendance is limited to the first 100 respondents. RSVP and $150 Contribution made payable to Nick Leibham for Congress required. RSVP to: Shya at (760)[masked] or [address removed]

Saturday, July 26th, 10:00 am to Noon. San Diego Democratic Women?s Club meeting. Will Your Vote Really Count? Protecting Election Integrity with speaker Sal Magallanez. In the Community Room at Weingart City Heights Library, 3795 Fairmount Ave., S. 92105. Info: Pat Washington (619)[masked] or [address removed]

Saturday, July 26th, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Uptown Democrats Potluck Picnic. Drinks, flatware and desert provided. In the North Park Community Center at 4044 Idaho St.

Saturday, July 26th, 7:00 pm. "The Pornography Of Power: How Defense Hawks Hijacked 9/11 and Weakened America," a book signing with author, journalist Robert Scheer. Matters of Controversy ~ A Monthly Series, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Bard Hall - 4190 Front Street, Hillcrest, San Diego (opposite UCSD Medical Center). $5 - $10 donations requested. Presented by: Peace & Democracy Action Group of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego & Activist San Diego More Info:[masked].

Sunday July 27th, 11:00 am to mid afternoon. Santee Democratic Club Picnic at Santee Lakes. Speakers and guests include 52nd CD candidate Mike Lumpkin, 77th AD candidate Ray Lutz, County Party Chair Jess Durfee Francine Busby, and others. In the shade at Lake 1, site A. Note: there is a fee of $4 per car, so consider car pooling. Info: Pat Hurley at [address removed]

Sunday, July 27th, 2:00 pm. (refreshments at 1:30 pm). Current Events Theater presents: "Buying the War," a 90-minute documentary by Bill Moyers that explores the role of the press in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq. A discussion will follow the movie. Free. At the Rancho San Diego Library, 11555 Via Rancho San Diego, 92019. Info: (619)[masked] or

Sunday, July 27th, 2:00 to 4:00 pm. California Common Cause meeting. Derek Cressman, Assistant Director for Election Reform from national Common Cause, and Deborah Seiler, Registrar of Voters for San Diego County, will discuss voting reform issues including National Popular Vote, voting by mail (like the system used in Oregon), voter ID requirements and electronic voting security. At the Mission Valley Library, 2123 Fenton Parkway (next to the IKEA store).

Sunday, July 27th, 3:00 to 5:00 pm. An afternoon of wine, cheese, coffee and conversation with Nick Leibham, Democratic Candidate for Congress, 50th District. Hosted By Pat Finn and Beth Smith at the home of Pat Finn and Walt Burkhard, 13645 Pine Needles Dr., Del Mar 92014. RSVP to: Shya at (760)[masked] or [address removed]

Sunday, July 27th, 3:00 pm. The Coronado Democratic Club will host a book signing by Robert Scheer, author of The Pornography of Power: How Defense Hawks Hi-jacked 9/11 and Weakened America. Professor Scheer examines the quiet expansion of our military presence throughout the world, our insane nuclear strategy, the immorality of corporations profiting in Iraq, and the arrogance of our foreign policy. At the Early Childhood Development Center, 199 Sixth Street, Coronado. Info: Jean Seager at [address removed]

Sunday, July 27th, 3:30 pm. Grassroots Organizing (GO) Team General Election Kickoff Potluck Picnic. Meet our Democratic candidates, hear about ways to make change in San Diego and enjoy an afternoon of good food, drink, and friends! Bring a dish and a friend and join us for this party with a purpose! All are welcome. Please bring a folding chair. At Democratic Headquarters in Kearny Mesa, 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., #108 (92111). Info/RSVP: (858)[masked] or [address removed].

Sunday, July 27 at 3:30 pm. GO Team Appreciation Event (East). Open to all! At the Harry Griffen Park Amphitheater, 9550 Milden St., La Mesa

Monday, July 28th, 7:00 pm. North Central Democratic Club meeting. At the Remington Club II, 16916 Hierba Drive, Rancho Bernardo. Info:[masked]

Tuesday, July 29th, 1:00 pm. Progressive Grandmothers for Political Action meeting. Dr. Pat Boni, professor of Religious Studies at USD and SDSU will speaking on "Religion in Politics. What's new? What's out?" At the Remington Club, 16916 Hierba Dr. in Rancho Bernardo. All are invited regardless of age or gender. Info: Vi at[masked].

Tuesday, July 29th, 6:30 pm. HBO Films presents "RECOUNT: The Story of the 2000 Presidential Election." This illuminating film pulls back the veil on the headlines to explore the human drama surrounding the most controversial presidential election in U. S. history. Special Appearance and Introduction by Jim Lampley of HBO Sports and NBC Sports. Free At Lestat's West Showroom (adjacent to Lestat's Coffeehouse) 3343 Adams Ave (at Felton, 5 blocks east of 30th, San Diego 92116. Info:[masked]

Tuesday, July 29th, 7:00 pm. Progressive San Diego meeting. Featuring the award-winning film "Energy Crossroads (2007)." With special guest, Debbie Cook, Huntington Beach Mayor and Candidate for Congress in California's 46th district. At the Joyce Beers Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. (in Hillcrest Trader Joe's shopping center). Info: [address removed]

Thursday, July 31st, 10:00 am-1:00 pm. Codepink Kids PEACE Playgroup - teach the next generation about peace NOT war. At the Del Mar Beach main lifeguard station (16th street). Info: [address removed]


Saturday, August 2nd, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Annual Clairemont Family Fun Day at the South Clairemont Recreation Park & Center at 3600 Clairemont Dr. Stop by the Mesa Democratic Club Booth! Volunteers needed for the noon to 2:00 pm shift for voter registration, and community outreach. Contact Maggie at[masked] or [address removed] or Carol Changus at[masked] or [address removed]

Sunday, August 3rd, 4:00 - 6:00 pm. East County Uniting for Change Rally! With keynote speaker Midge Costanza and music by Charlie Imes plus candidates, information, food and fun for everyone. Bring a dish to share, and blanket or chairs, and a friend who is not currently involved. At Harry Griffen Regional Park Amphitheater, 9550 Milden Street (behind Grossmont High School), La Mesa. Info: Arlene[masked] or [address removed], or Linda[masked] or [address removed].

***Wednesday, August 6th , 7:00-8:45 pm (social 6pm). San Diego Democracy for America Meetup #23 (SD DFA). Andrea Villa, SDDC President and Co-Chair of the local "No on 8" Campaign Committee, will speak on the Limits on Marriage initiative. John Lee Evans will talk about "What we can all do to have a progressive majority on the school board this year." In the meeting room of Giovanni's Restaurant, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. 92123 (Corner of Ruffin Rd. and Clairemont Mesa Blvd.). Info: Carol Changus (858)[masked] or [address removed].

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