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June General meeting: Voter Turnout & Affordable Housing

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“How can we get a BIG VOTER TURNOUT in November?” There was no Blue Wave in the Inland Empire for Tuesday’s Primary.  The mail-in votes are still being counted, but it’s clear that Democrats did not vote in big numbers.  November needs to be different. Join us Sat June 16th @ 9:30AM at 612 Lawton […]

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CADEM Official Endorsements – June 5, 2018 Elections

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2018 Official Endorsements – June 5, 2018 Elections U.S. Senate – No Consensus Governor – No Consensus Lt. Governor – No Consensus Attorney General – No Consensus State Controller – Betty Yee* Insurance Commissioner – Ricardo Lara Secretary of State – Alex Padilla* Superintendent of Public Instruction – Tony Thurmond State Treasurer – Fiona Ma […]

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Now is the time

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If you’ve ever wondered what you would have done during the Civil Rights Movement, this is your opportunity to find out. #goodtrouble — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) February 4, 2017  

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Kamala Harris Sworn In To U.S. Senate

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Credit: Harris Press Office Tuesday, January 3, 2017 By KPBS News, Associated Press Former California Attorney General Kamala Harris was sworn in as the first Indian-American senator Tuesday. She is also the first black woman to represent California in the U.S. Senate. “It is a great honor to serve the people of California in the […]

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It’s official!

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Challenger Eddie Tejeda wins Redlands council seat By Kristina Hernandez, Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, December 6, 2016 REDLANDS >> Final certified election results show that Eddie Tejeda has edged past incumbent John James to win the second open seat on the City Council. Tejeda, 44, declared victory last week after watching his lead in the […]