2019: It’s already been a busy year for Redlands Dems

Hadley Bajramovic (center) spoke to the Redlands Dems on immigration issues in February, with RADC President, Kristin Washington (left) and Kris Goodfellow, RADC Program Chair (right)
RADC members Ana McNaughton (green jacket) Gilda Gilarte (red scarf) along with friends of the Club at the Rosie Rally Flash Mob in Redlands in March
Congressman Pete Aguilar (CD31) and Redlands Mayor Pro Tem Denise Davis surrounded by RADC members and friends at the Eighth Annual Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Breakfast in March








Redlands Dems members celebrated Independence Day at the annual 4th of July celebration in Sylvan Park in Redlands. From left: Nancy Blastos, Betty Cuccini, Lorraine Enriquez, Kris Goodfellow, Don L. Singer
Redlands Area Democrats joined Assembly Member James Ramos (AD40) as he hosted his first community swearing-in ceremony in February at California State San Bernardino
In March the Redlands Dems learned more about the homelessness initiatives in Redlands and throughout the County of San Bernardino when Kent Paxton (left), Homeless Policy Advisor to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, visited the Club in March
Redlands Dems and friends making plans for new ways to connect with and engage the community
Rep Pete Aguilar brought RADC members a legislative update in April



Celene Perez, Political Director for the Inland Empire Labor Council, stopped by in June to talk to us about companies categorizing workers as independent contractors rather than employees, which prevents workers from gaining much needed company benefits.  RADC supports workers and supports AB5.


In May, Sam Sukaton, California League of Conservation Voters (center) joined us to discuss the safety of CA’s drinking water and actions we can take to ensure safe, affordable drinking water for all Californians.

There is so much more for us to accomplish in 2019.

Our future is at stake.

Join us.  Help us make a difference

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