San Joaquin Valley Democratic Club is pleased to announce the results of our club endorsement.

Congratulations to all the endorsed candidates! We would like to thank all those that are running in November, and we wish you the best of luck!

Fresno County Board of Education

Area 3- No decision


State Center Community College District

Area 2- Nasreen Johnson
Area 3- Dary Rezvani
Area 6- No Endorsement
Area 7- Abena Cruise


Fresno Unified School District

Area 2- Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas
Area 5- David Paredes
Area 6- Claudia Cazares


Clovis Unified School District

Area 4- Noha Elbaz
Area 7- No decision


Central Unified School District
Area 3- No endorsement
Area 4- Shawn Brooks
Area 6- Stacy Williams

July 17, 2020—SJV Democratic Club announces:

We at San Joaquin Valley Democratic Club,  are honored to stand with community leaders, concerned residents, moms, dads, veterans and families everywhere; who deeply understand the need and support the divestment of our collective tax dollars from those individuals, would be elected officials, hopefuls, or other entities who accept funds from special third party interest police department PACs and their unions.

As a collective, we at SJV Dem Club reserve the right to decline to accept any such funds, as well as decline to support, donate and endorse those candidates, individuals, or other collective organizations who choose to accept said funds.   


While our club acknowledges the role of law enforcement, as concerned residents, active voters, parents, and grandparents alike, as working professionals within the community; it is unconscionable more than half of our collective budget is dedicated to filling the coffers of law enforcement, as our parks, healthcare and educational resources are slashed, defunded, and residents left to languish. 53% of our earned tax revenue is an incredible investment as well as a testimony to our commitment to a safe and secure community. Unfortunately however, for many of our residents of color, friends, loved ones and neighbors, it is proof of something far more insidious.

Since 2017, law enforcement has been ordered to pay settlements to families of deceased, as well as their victims of unlawful behavior by officers, in the amount of over $22 million dollars. With this current and sizable contribution of tax payer dollars, we live in one of the poorest, polluted, and marginalized cities in the country. Proof a large budget, in the instance of law enforcement, is a poor investment for leadership, folks and communities wanting to have a positive impact on the personal well being of residents.

Programs which do support community safety and policing also support such incentives as subsidies for homeownership, affordable housing, green spaces, potable water, libraries, grocery stores, and healthcare for all, are the backbone of thriving communities.

Please join SJV Club and others in supporting this community driven initiative.

 

SJV Democratic Club Stands With the Community in Addressing Racism as a Public Health Issue

During our monthly club advisory meeting, members voted unanimously in support of this resolution in order to address the issue of racism and its devastating impact on our  greater community as a whole.

We at SJV Democratic Club, are pleased to support these efforts and welcome all who wish to be of service to others facing this issue at this important and pivotal time.

Please be advised:

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Breaking-San Joaquin Valley Democratic Club votes unanimously in favor of #MedicareForAll!

As our community deeply understands, all health is public; the need to provide much needed care to residents is abundantly clear. Please join us, the greater community and 69% of American voters who understand… #HealthCareIsAHumanRight #Med4All4TheWin!

Please read our letter in support of Governor Newsome’s pledge to sign and bring forth single payer legislation to our state and communities, who are so incredibly deserving of this voter driven legislation!

Monthly meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Democratic club

Please join us this month as we will be hearing from the local Sunrise Movement.  They are a group of young energized climate activist.  We will learn how to get involved with them.

Please see the calendar for date and time

Voter registration and canvassing for candidates.

Join us January 18 and 19 as we welcome the students of CSU Fresno back with a voter registration.  We will gather at 9:30am on both days.

5135 N. Cedar Fresno,93710.  We will meet in the parking lot next to Popeye’s Chicken.

Bring your enthusiasm and comfortable walking shoes

Monthly meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Democratic club

Please join us this month as we will have a presentation on the Voters Choice Act by Dr. Lisa Bryant.  This promises to be a very educational presentation about what to expect, what we have learned so far and how it will shape future elections all over California.

Monthly meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Democratic club

 

Join us this month as we will have Esmeralda Soria, candidate for CD16 as our featured speaker.

We will be endorsing  candidates in multiple races, nominating officers for next year, and recapping the convention.

Monthly meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Democratic club

Please join us this month as our featured speaker will be Bobby Bliatout, candidate for CD22.  With Tulare county on the verge of becoming a Democratic advantage and CD22 slipping away from the Republicans, this may be a once in a lifetime opportunity to take it away from Devin Nunes.  Bobby is one of our candidates that is running to do just that.