Jul 18



Welcome to the Redlands Area Democratic Club

Our next meeting will take place on

Saturday, October 15 , 2016  

Please feel free to join us!

Note: New place! New time! 

Redlands Family Services 

612 Lawton Street

Redlands, CA  92374

3rd Saturday of the month @ 9:30AM

Sep 22

First general election ad from our “cousin” Pete Aguilar

This ad highlights the deep connection Pete Aguilar has made with Inland Empire families, making us feel like we’re all members of the same tight-knit family.


Sep 10

Official 2016 CA Democratic Party Recommendations


Sep 04

San Bernardino County Dems Unity BBQ

2016 Labor Day Weekend Unity Barbeque
September 3, 2016

SB County Dem Club Presidents

SB County Dem Club Presidents

SB County Dems @ Unity BBQ

SB County Dems @ Unity BBQ

Local candidates for office in SB County

Local Dems for office in SB County


Aug 30

RADC Resolution on Nestlé Water Project



Redlands Area Democratic Club
Resolution on Nestlé Water Project

WHEREAS: The Nestlé Water Project initiated by the Forest Service under the guidelines of the National Environmental Policy Act is investigating the practicality of a limited 5-year permit to allow Nestlé to extract water from the San Bernardino Mountains using existing facilities. During this time Nestlé is required to perform studies about the effects of the extraction on the mountains, streams, vegetation and wildlife in the area. The reporting requirements and oversight procedures are intended to prevent damage to the mountains or its inhabitants.

WHEREAS: The State of California is undergoing a multi-year drought. The drought’s effects are unknown, but are expected to seriously affect all of our environment. The Governor has asked for voluntary reductions in use of non essential water by all residents and businesses in the State. In the year 2015 the goals of this conservation effort were not met, and the result of that failure is not yet known. Significant historical data has not been collected regarding the available water, its effects on the environment if undisturbed, nor the changes induced in the environment by its extraction.

WHEREAS: The residents of California, the County of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino mountain range should be considered first in the distribution of such a valuable resource as the water within its borders. These residents should also expect to be included in decision making that affects their daily lives, the environment that surrounds them, and their financial well being.

THEREFORE: Be it resolved that the Redlands Area Democratic Club asserts that the harvest of an increasing amount of water (28 million gallons in 2014 and 36 million gallons in 2015) is having an effect on our natural environment (including water tables and plant and wildlife) which is not currently being monitored; and

Be it further resolved that information should be collected regarding the changes caused by the cessation of extraction during varying times of the year, in the hopes of better understanding the changes in the water tables as a result of seasonal precipitation; and

Be it further resolved that placing Nestlé in charge of data collection is not wise or even a good business practice; that an impartial and distinct auditing agency should be involved, and the public should be able to observe and comment on the data being collected during the period of investigation; and that to maintain transparency, the data and comments should be available both via electronic media and at the Forest Service Supervisor’s Office in printed form; and

Be it further resolved that the Redlands Area Democratic Club considers the water beneath the San Bernardino Mountains surface a valuable resource; that the need to have wells to extract that water proves it is not excess to the natural condition of the water table; and that Nestlé should cease and desist extraction of water until all independent studies are complete and a full environmental impact statement has been published; and

Be it further resolved that in order to help assure that these actions are taken between the Forest Service and Nestlé, this resolution shall be forwarded to U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein, Representatives Pete Aguilar and Paul Cook, Assembly Member Marc Steinorth, State Senator Mike Morrell, Governor Jerry Brown, and Attorney General Kamala Harris.

Unanimously approved in principle at a regular meeting of the Club on June 18, 2016, and referred to the RADC Board of Directors for editorial changes, which have been incorporated above.

Aug 28

Candidates for Redlands, Highland & Yucaipa municipal races

Sandra Emerson of Redlands Daily Facts wrote an article on the candidates for the local municipal races:



Aug 28

LATimes following 10 key issues at the CA Legislature

California Legislature issue tracker 2016

California lawmakers are weighing scores of bills in the last weeks of the legislative session, which ends Aug. 31. The LATimes is following 10 of the biggest issues closely, including an effort to respond to a former Stanford swimmer’s six-month jail sentence for sexual assault, an attempt to make ride hailing easier and safer, and an effort to legalize Internet poker.


Aug 28

Abigail Medina for 40th State Assembly

The RADC has endorsed Abigail Medina for the 40th Assembly District.  

Take a look at her powerful new video



Aug 28

Celebrate Women’s Equality Day – Register to Vote

August 26th is Women’s Equality Day, the day set aside to commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920, which gave women the right to vote.  

Why not celebrate this historic event by taking a few minutes to register to vote.

Register to vote: https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

Aug 27

Teamsters endorse Hillary Clinton


Aug 27

Follow RADC on Twitter

The Redlands Dems are on Twitter.


Follow us @RADC4 and join the conversation!





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