We had a great meeting Wednesday, hearing from more than a half-dozen Democratic leaders about how you can volunteer to help Democrats win elections and stop the spread of bigotry and superstition in La Mesa and surrounding East County communities, using the peaceful tools of democracy.
And do it all with social distancing — you don’t even have to leave home!
- Tina Rynberg, club President (that’s her smiling face you see in the video below)
- Sean Quintal, club VP laws and legislation, talking about state ballot initiatives
- Past president Linda Armacost discussing the news of the day
- Terra Lawson Remer, candidate for San Diego Board of Supervisors, running against a Republican incumbent
- La Mesa City Council representatives Colin Parent and Akilah Weber, talking about the city’s public safety oversight task force and the aftermath of the terrible rioting downtown in May, and ongoing demonstrations. Parent also talks about his reelection campaign.
- La Mesa City Council candidate Jack Shu
- Christian Bilson, lead volunteer organizer for Southern California for the Biden/Harris campaign.
- Ali Zaidi, engagement coordinator for the San Diego County Democratic Party.
Missed us? Watch the video here
And join us for our next meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 7, in the evening, when we’ll hear from a busload of great candidates, find out more about volunteer opportunities and also learn how you can make sure your vote is counted.
It’s 61 days to Election Day. Vote blue no matter who.