You! Congressman Eric Swalwell for posting the Trump
& His Team's Ties To Russia Despite Russia’s harmful national interests
against the U.S., and its human rights violations around the world, President
Trump and his team are directly and indirectly tied to Russia.
to Castro Valley Congressman Eric Swalwell! Office
Leandro, Hayward and Castro Valley Democratic Clubs March
to San Leandro City Hall to Rally Against
Trump Agenda - January 20, 2017
Photo by: Sonya Howes
Valley Democratic Club Holiday Party 2016
Valley Democratic Club Endorsements Castro
Valley Sanitary District - Timothy McGowan and John Maher
Valley School Board - Lavender Whitaker and Tojo Thomas
County Democratic Party Official Endorsements for November 8th Presidential
United States Senate:
Hon. Kamala Harris
U.S. Congress Dist. 15
- Hon. Eric Swalwell
State Assembly Dist.
20 - Hon. Bill Quirk
Elections Alameda County Superior
Court Judge - Seat 1, Scott Jackson
San Leandro Councilmember
- District 2, Bryan Azevedo; District 6, Pete Ballew
Castro Valley USD Director
- Hon. Jo A. S. Loss, Monica Lee, Lavender Whitaker
Castro Valley Sanitary
District Director - Hon. Daniel M. Akagi, Hon. Timothy R. McGowan
Hayward USD Director
- Hon. Annette Walker, Todd E. Davis
San Lorenzo USD Director
- Hon. Penny Peck, Kyla Sinegal, Marilyn Stewart
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit
District Director - At-large, Hon. H. E. Christian (Chris) Peeples
BART Director - District
5, Hon. John McPartland
Oro Loma Sanitary District
Director (short term) - Hon. Rita Duncan
Measures Measure J1 San Leandro USD
Schools Bond YES
Measure C1 AC Transit District
Parcel Tax Extension YES
Measure RR BART Bart Safety
Measure F1 HARPD Safe, Clean,
Local Parks Bond YES
Measure EE City of Hayward
Cannabis Sales Tax YES
Measure NN City of San Leandro
Cannabis Gross Receipts Tax YES
Measure OO City of San Leandro
Business License Tax Modification YES
Measure PP City of San Leandro
Transient Occupancy Tax Increase YES
Ballot Initiatives Prop 51 | SUPPORT
| Repairs and upgrades older schools, and relieves classroom overcrowding
so all children can learn in safe schools.
Prop 52 | SUPPORT
| Ensures continued access to Medi-Cal healthcare for children, seniors,
the disabled, and working families.
Prop 53 | OPPOSE
| Stop right-wing millionaire’s attack on the local control and infrastructure
repairs your community needs.
Prop 54 | OPPOSE
| Don’t give Special Interests the power to block needed and timely legislation
on key issues facing California.
Prop 55 | SUPPORT
| Maintains tax rates on the wealthiest Californians to prevent $4 billion
in cuts to public education.
Prop 56 | SUPPORT
| Increases cigarette tax by $2/pack to keep children from smoking, improve
healthcare, and save lives.
Prop 57 | SUPPORT
| Authorizes parole consideration for nonviolent inmates for good behavior,
education and rehab achievement.
Prop 58 | SUPPORT
| Helps students learn English as quickly as possible and allows for all
students to learn a second language.
Prop 59 | SUPPORT
| Asks lawmakers to overturn Citizen’s United and stop the flood of secret
corporate money into our elections.
Prop 60 | OPPOSE
| This measure gives every person in California the authority to sue adult
film performers and other workers, violates their privacy and reduces workplace
Prop 61 | NO POSITION
| Would change the standards by which state agencies negotiate the prices
of, and pay for, prescription drugs.
Prop 62 | SUPPORT
| Will replace California's outdated, costly, and failed death penalty
system with life in prison without parole.
Prop 63 | SUPPORT
| The “Safety for All Act” will keep our communities safe with common sense
laws to curb gun violence.
Prop 64 | SUPPORT
| Controls, regulates, and taxes adult use of marijuana, ends criminalization
of responsible adult use.
Prop 65 | NO POSITION
| Revenue from carry-out bags would go into a new state environmental fund
instead of the state’s General Fund.
Prop 66 | OPPOSE
| Increases risk that California executes an innocent person.
Prop 67 | SUPPORT
| Protects our state ban on plastic grocery bags, reducing plastic pollution,
protecting wildlife and the ocean.
the Castro Valley Democratic Club at the CV Fall Festival on Sept. 10th
and 11th 2016.
Our booth has games, prizes,
political items and registration to vote.
See you on the Boulevard!
Valley Democratic Club Picnic 2016
Castro Valley Democratic Club
Marches with Supervisor Nate Miley in the Rowell Ranch Rodeo Parade
May 14, 2016
and do Rodeo Registration at the
30, 2016 at the Castro Valley Library
Registration by the Castro Valley Democratic Club
Election Day (7:00
a.m. to 8:00 p.m.) June 7, 2016 Last Day to Register
to Vote May 23, 2016 Last Day to Request
Vote-By-Mail Ballot May 31, 2016
DRUG TAKE-BACK DAY Saturday April 30th 10:00
AM - 2:00 PM at the Castro Valley Library.
Drop of your old or leftover
prescription drugs as part of the DEA's National Prescription Drug Take
Back Day. Keep these old drugs out of the hands of children. Law
enforcement agencies will dispose of these medications safely and keep
these medications from causing harm. Check your medicine cabinet and take
advantage of this program. Flushing medication down the toilet isn't
great for the environment so lets all do the right thing.
Valley Democratic Club at
California Democratic Party Convention 2016
pay your dues! $15/individuals $20/households $7.50 for members under
18 years of age low-income members at
the discretion of the Treasurer. Make payable to:
Castro Valley Democratic Club. Bring to next meeting
or send them to: P.O. Box 20866 Castro Valley, CA 94546 Your support is greatly
and San Leandro