Mar 21- Meet Ed Harris the Next Democratic Mayor of San Diego, and Central Area Rated District 9 Candidates, Georgette Gomez and Sarah Saez

For this month's meeting former Councilmember Ed Harris, will be joined by two candidates for City Council District 9, Georgette Gomez and Sarah Saez. Ed Harris, a former U.S. Marine and longtime San Diego lifeguard, was appointed by Democratic and Republican council members to represent San Diego City Council District 2 when the seat became vacant … Continue reading Mar 21- Meet Ed Harris the Next Democratic Mayor of San Diego, and Central Area Rated District 9 Candidates, Georgette Gomez and Sarah Saez

Veterans Club Shows Good Judgement in Finding Three Candidates for San Diego City Council District 9 ‘Highly Qualified’

Last month the Veterans Democratic Club of San Diego displayed interesting contrasts in resolving conflicts between Democratic candidates vying for the same seat. Many of us awoke on Saturday September 19, 2015 to read in the LA Times that Toni Atkins is challenging incumbent State Senator Marty Block for the 39 Senate District. It is being seen as a sad day when the San … Continue reading Veterans Club Shows Good Judgement in Finding Three Candidates for San Diego City Council District 9 ‘Highly Qualified’

Notes from July 2015 Meeting – Making a Living Wage in the 1099 Economy

We have a new Club President! Emily Bonner was elected by unanimous consent on July 20, 2015. I'm honored to have the chance to lead this club, whose priorities and goals so closely dovetail with my own. I was born and raised here in San Diego, and began my work in politics canvassing for the … Continue reading Notes from July 2015 Meeting – Making a Living Wage in the 1099 Economy

Jul 20 – Monthly Meeting – Making a Living Wage in the 1099 Economy

How can workers make a living wage in a technology driven rush to the bottom? Service industries are being reinvented by Silicon Valley companies. Customers are connected directly to service providers bypassing traditional means of regulation, examples are Uber and Lyft, two of the best known alternative transportation solutions. Although Uber was recently fined $7.3m for not providing enough information to the … Continue reading Jul 20 – Monthly Meeting – Making a Living Wage in the 1099 Economy

May 18 – Monthly Meeting – Come and Learn Why San Diego City Council District 9 is Important – Democratic Woman’s Club of San Diego County

Megan Burk writing for the Voice of San Diego last November speculated that City Heights could be "San Diego’s richest poor neighborhood." After long term investments of $265m from foundations such as Price Philanthropies and The California Endowment "The community still performs worse than the county average when you look at income, employment, obesity rates, educational outcomes, crime..." … Continue reading May 18 – Monthly Meeting – Come and Learn Why San Diego City Council District 9 is Important – Democratic Woman’s Club of San Diego County